Pippa

Pippa has been writing for national newspapers, magazines and websites in the UK and Australia for the last 10 years. Coming from a traditional journalism background Pippa specialises in investigative journalism-covering breaking tech stories for TechBeat.

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Author Archive

You Look At Your Mobile 100 Times per Day
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Consumers pick up their phones a whopping 100 times a day, according to new research released this week. US software... Read More →
Cyber Terrorists Hold SurveyGizmo to Ransom
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Online survey software tool, SurveyGizmo, is nearly back to normality after days of issues and outage following a... Read More →
Dropbox Expands With New Mail Venture
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US-founded file sharing company Dropbox has strengthened its portfolio by acquiring yet another business. After... Read More →
Botched Launch Sees SimCity Gamers Locked Out
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The latest instalment of popular city-building computer game SimCity has not been the smoothest – following server... Read More →
Evernote Users Lash Out Following ‘Disturbing’ Hack
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American note-taking software company Evernote has announced 'disturbing' news that it has been hacked. The company... Read More →
The Flip Side of Getting Hacked
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Hacking seems to be the buzzword of 2013 so far as another week goes by in which more high-profile companies fall... Read More →
Facebook Hit in ‘Sophisticated’ Attack
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Facebook has revealed it was targeted by hackers last month, but says user data was not compromised. The social... Read More →
Twitter Upgrades & Old Tweets are Back
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Micro-blogging social networking site Twitter has streamlined and revamped certain features and will soon allow old... Read More →
AVG Report Finds ‘Disturbing’ Trend of Child Hackers
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Children as young as 11 are writing malware designed to steal login details from online gamers, according to internet... Read More →
Twitter Attacked By Hackers
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Social media giant Twitter is the latest victim of an internet security attack. The San Francisco-based company now... Read More →
EU Citizens Warned Over US Cloud Spying
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American law enforcement authorities can spy on data stored by EU citizens who choose to use US cloud services – and... Read More →
Google Maps Reveals North Korean Prison Camps
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Despite North Korea being one of the world’s most shrouded countries, Google Maps has helped users get that little... Read More →
Big Changes For BlackBerry
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As well as launching a fully re-designed operating platform and two new smartphones, BlackBerry has announced an... Read More →
Samsung Reveals New Durable Device
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Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Xcover 2 - its latest durable mobile device with smartphone capabilities. Hot on the... Read More →
WhatsApp Violates International Law
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Two international government agencies which investigated a popular smartphone app for violating privacy laws, say the... Read More →