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A company offering software that allows people to spy on others has admitted it has been hacked and had thousands of customer records leaked online, reports BBC.co.uk. The admission comes a day after mSpy told BBC News it had not been hacked and no data had been stolen. It has also emerged that the UK’s Information Commissioner is investigating the company. mSpy offers software aimed at parents worried about what their children are doing online, and employers who want to legitimately track their employees. However, it is also used for more nefarious purposes, such as spouses spying on their partners.

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Mark Zuckerberg has revealed he will bring Facebook‘s free internet project to Europe, saying that the service will be made available to anyone “who needs to be connected” to the web, reports Telegraph.co.uk. During a Q&A session on his social network, Mr... Read more

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The European Union is set to file formal charges against Google for allegedly violating antitrust laws, reports Independent.co.uk. The EU’s competition commissioner made the decision on Tuesday to file charges against Google that could result in up to $6 billion in... Read more

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Apple is believed to have received around one million Apple Watch pre-orders within 24 hours in the US alone, reports Telegraph.co.uk. Around two thirds of pre-orders were for the cheapest Sport entry-level model, which retail from $349 (£299), with the... Read more

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The use of technology and sedentary lifestyles has led to a 60 per cent rise in the number of young people seeking help for back or neck pain in the past year, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The British Chiropractic Association said that... Read more

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Nearly four in 10 households within the UK purchased a tablet in 2014, reports Telegraph.co.uk. This brings the average number of internet-enabled devices per home up to 7.4. Smartphones are the most commonly owned connected gadget, followed by laptops and... Read more