New subscribers will have to pay £7 per month. Current subscribers will not be affected just yet according to Netflix.
It's time for our weekly roundup of the best new iPhone and iPad apps and games to have emerged on Apple's App Store.
It's Earth Day today and Apple has revealed they are now recycling all products free of charge and had pledged to continue using renewable energy.
MtGox, formerly the world's biggest bitcoin exchange, is the subject of a rescue attempt from a group of investors who want to save it from liquidation.
Google reported slower than expected growth in revenues on Wednesday as the company looked to push past rivals such as Apple and Netflix in the competitive advertising and mobile technology markets.
The chief executive of Europe's largest newspaper publisher has accused Google of abusing a monopoly position in the digital economy to discriminate against competitors and build up a "superstate".
Sky and Twitter have joined forces to allow users to record TV programmes just by clicking a tweet on their mobile devices.
Intel posted quarterly earnings Tuesday that edged past expectations, while revenue was slightly below estimates. Shares rose in extended-hours trading.
Yahoo, the Silicon Valley tech giant that has been under pressure to show it can compete with aggressive rivals like Google, has bought more time for its turnaround with solid earnings and an 84% rise in income.
Titan Aerospace have been bought by Google as they shift from balloons to drones in the conquest to bring web connectivity to the world.
Valuations of private tech companies are high but there is no bubble, the co-founder of chat app firm Slack, which itself is valued at $2.8 billion, told CNBC.
Apple lives on cream – the very top of the market.
Amazon has lost market share in non-digital films, video games and music for the first time in at least four years as the high street fights back.