Uber drives in to European tech backlash

Taxi app has so far ignored attempts to curb expansion

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Apple admits celebrity accounts hacked

Attack was ‘very targeted’ against user names and passwords

Reddit’s new app to build mobile traffic

Service will help users explore ‘Ask Me Anything’ interviews

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Fare comment: cities’ reaction to Uber

App service has triggered protests from local taxi drivers

RAC van

Quindell and RAC unravel car venture

Aim-quoted company to take full control of ‘black box’ operation

I’m not a celebrity – get me out of hacks

How to prevent a Jennifer Lawrence scenario with your personal photos

Uber hit with Germany ban

App-enabled taxi service faces fines of up to €250,000

Can’t see myself in Google Glass, says Luxottica chief

Del Vecchio would be embarrassed in interactive headset

X-ray of a purse filled with UK coins
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Banks want to keep your digital ID in their vaults

Next move for UK lenders could be ‘identity assurance’

Yorkshire Bank customers hit by IT glitch

NAB unit suffers another computer problem

Lyst aims to shake up fashion shopping

The site’s founder says it is changing how people buy clothes

‘Test and learn’ software beats gut instinct

Experimental analytics software helps companies better model the outcomes of their decisions, writes Jane Bird

I’m not a celebrity - get me out of hacks

Microsoft faces China antitrust ultimatum

SAIC issues public warning to group over Windows compatibility

GM cars to detect distracted driving

Carmaker to install sensors to measure eye movement

Experts warn banks of more cyber attacks

Trojans targeted 1,400 financial institutions last year

Alibaba targets launch week for IPO

Group expected to raise $20bn plans roadshow for week of September 8

Small-cap Week, August 30

New World Resources, Clipper, Kromek and Circle Oil featured

Vice Media nears sale of stake to A&E

Sale of 10% of digital media group values business at $2.5bn