Apple and the US government have avoided a showdown for now, China’s internet numbers are under scrutiny, the Oculus Rift headset is finally shipping and reviews are in. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Mark Zuckerberg is chasing Chinese approval, Starboard is hunting Yahoo’s board, Tay has been hounded out of Twitter. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Streaming revenues overtook those of music downloads in 2015, Uber is suffering from non-existent Indian passengers, Nintendo is to stop making the Wii U. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

The iPhone SE fills a gap for Apple, a Silicon Valley tech titan has died, Israel is enjoying a tech boom. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Apple is about to unveil a new iPhone at an unusual time, Foxconn has been blunt with Sharp, Twitter is 10 today. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Google is looking to sell robot maker Boston Dynamics, SK’s convicted chief executive is back in control, the Huawei W1 is one classy smartwatch. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Goldman Sachs is investing in robo-advice, Apple is getting onto Google’s cloud, VR games are best when dealing with reality. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

The governor of Bangladesh’s central bank has resigned over a cyberheist, UberEATS is expanding, Sony has priced its VR headset. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

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It is an aspect of cyber crime that is not written about often enough – the provision of services that allow criminals to carry out their attacks. Just as a gang needs a hide-out and a place to store their stash, online criminals need internet-connected servers on which they can keep their malware. Preferably servers that will not be taken down by law enforcement too quickly. Welcome to the world of bulletproof hosting, a growing underworld business niche. Read more

Convoys of driverless trucks could be the first signs on our roads of an autonomous future, Uber’s rivals are targeting disgruntled drivers and Obama and AI are the talk of SXSW. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

ICANN has announced complex proposals to disengage itself from US oversight, Samsung has suffered a stormy annual meeting, a $100m cyber heist has been foiled by a typo. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

AlphaGo has chalked another win up for AI in its battle with the world champion of Go, Amazon is taking flight with its logistics plans, Sky Q offers Fluid Viewing and a glimpse of the future of TV. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Real-time payments and peer-to-peer lending could lead a banking revolution, Google has beaten the Go world champion, Samsung Galaxy S7 reviews are out. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

A “magic shoebox” that slows down market trades is at the centre of IEX’s bid to become a recognised exchange, Microsoft is taking on Oracle with a Linux-friendly version of its SQL Server database software, Apple’s ebooks appeal has been thrown out by the US Supreme Court. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Ray Tomlinson, who sent the first email and came up with the standard use of the @ symbol, has died. The heads of Hearst Magazines and Walt Disney talk digital tactics. How to do a reverse image search on Google. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Facebook’s UK taxes could be a gazillion per cent higher than the less than £5,000 it recently paid, Apple has found friends among rivals thanks to the FBI, Amazon’s new Tap echoes its Echo. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

A minor collision with a bus by a Google self-driving car was a scrape heard round the world. A robotic hand that can beat anyone at Rock, Paper, Scissors is posing an ethical dilemma in Japan. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Robots are on the rise, but this may not correspond to humanity’s fall. The FBI wants Apple to call off its guard dogs. Jack Ma is shaping up as a media mogul. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Apple is going to Washington as it seeks congressional support for its FBI stance, Google’s autonomous car has collided with a bus, Waze has led to a fatal clash in a refugee camp. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more

Like the internet, VR and AR will affect every industry on the planet, predicts Macquarie, details of Privacy Shield are unveiled and zombie physical media staggers on. #techFT is a daily newsletter on technology, media and telecoms. You can sign up hereRead more