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Brighton’s Brandwatch bags $33m, TalkTalk hacked, tech leaders back skilled immigration and more in your week in tech
posted on October 30, 2015

Brandwatch bags $33m in Brighton, Splittable raises $1.2m, OnePulse gets $1m, tech rallies support to oppose the reduction of skilled migration, and hacking hits the headlines. We filmed at Droidcon where Skillsmatter and Novoda are showcasing the latest Android technologies. Georgie Barrat presents all this and more in your Week in Tech. Download of the week Our…

Cylon: 3 top London startups hacking hacking
posted on October 20, 2015

With bank hacks, photo hacks, government hacks, wifi hacks, email hacks and no doubt plenty more leaky digital systems just waiting for cheeky chancers or organised criminals to find weaknesses in, cybertech has perhaps never been hotter property. Having officially launched in April and recently taken in its second cohort of cybertech startups, Tech City News takes…

Major eBay hack targets passwords and sensitive personal details
posted on May 21, 2014

A database containing the sensitive personal details of eBay users has been hacked. In response to the incident, which occurred two months ago, eBay claims that it has not seen a jump in fradulent activity but advises users to change their passwords. However, the compromised database contained far more than encrypted passwords; eBay shares that…

Blogger crowdfunds £4k for phone-hacking trial
posted on November 6, 2013

A London-based blogger has raised £4,000 on IndieGoGo to tweet during the phone-hacking trial. The trial involves former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson. Peter Jukes has followed the case for a number of years and tweeted during the opening remarks of the case. The tweet, the whole tweet and nothing but…

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