Google coughs up millions in UK back taxes; BT internet speeds slammed

Wireless news from around the web

> Google agreed to pay £130 million (€171 million/$185 million) in back taxes to the UK government to settle a tax probe. Wall Street Journal article

> A weakness in a GCHQ VoIP encryption protocol could allow third parties to listen in on phone calls. BBC News report

> BT came under fire over 'dire internet speeds' across the UK. Guardian article

> UK-based Virgin Media is to cut 900 jobs over the next two years. Telegraph article

And finally…Phone finder apps and the art of misdirection. BBC News article

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