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Global accountancy firm Deloitte admits cyberattack on email system

The company, which is one of the world's 'big four' accountancy firms, released a statement in response to media reports that its data had been compromised

British tech firm dropped by Apple agrees £550m Chinese takeover deal

This time, it is Imagination Technologies, the chip designer best known for the Pure digital radio business that it owned until just under a year ago

Flight delays after ‘total radar failure’ at Sydney airport

In a recording, one air traffic controller could be heard informing a pilot there had been a "total radar failure" and there would be "no movements" until the system was "reliable" once again, after it went down early on Monday morning (late on Sunday UK time)

Uber boss Dara Khosrowshahi apologises to London for ‘mistakes we’ve made’

The apology came in an open letter issued three days after the firm was told by Transport for London (TfL) its licence would not be renewed because it was "not fit and proper" to hold one

Police shut 28,000 websites selling counterfeits

The take-downs, which have been occurring since 2014, have been announced as City of London Police's Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) launches an awareness campaign to educate online consumers

NASA’s OSIRIS spacecraft slingshots around Earth bound for asteroid Bennu

Returning to the planet almost a year after its launch, the probe came within 10,711 miles (17,237 km) of Antarctica, before following a route north over the Pacific Ocean

Over 500,000 sign petition backing Uber in London

In the early hours of Saturday, a petition on Change.org had gathered signatures from more than 500,000 people who wanted the company to keep operating in London

Gary Numan on pushing the limits of technology in music

The musician, who has a form of autism, is famous for bringing electronic music into the mainstream - using synthesizers on chart-topping hits including Are "Friends" Electric? and Cars in the late 1970s

Why London’s Uber ban will divide opinion

On the one hand, it is a principled attempt to tackle a business that is widely regarded as having played hard and fast with the rights of working people and which has paid lip service, at best, to health and safety matters

Google to refund advertisers over fake traffic

The use of bots to provide fake impressions is so prevalent on the internet that some advertisers only receive $0.01 for every $1 of impressions they pay for, according to Dr Augustine Fou


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