A Russian hacker secretly took over a computer server at the BBC before Christmas and tried to sell access to it to other hackers, according to reports.
Ever since marketing pioneer John Wanamaker quipped that half of all the money he spent on advertising was wasted, but he didn't know which half, businesses have been striving to make their advertising spending accountable.
It may come to be remembered as the year that tablet computers found the mainstream, but 2013 has seen a new wave of affordable, high street touchscreen devices that have sold in their droves this Christmas.
Mapping out the highs and lows of the technology world in the past 12 months, we reach the dark web...
Google ended 2013 with more than a million Android apps on its Google Play store, and a commanding share of the smartphone market – as well as rapidly-rising tablet sales.
The company behind the ubiquitous iPhone and iPad is famously secretive, but there a few little known facts about the California-based company.
This month Bloomberg Businessweek magazine's cover showed a range of archaeological objects – a flint arrowhead, a skull – and a BlackBerry handset. The label? "Relic".
It's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices.
Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Responsys for $27 a share, or approximately $1.5 billion, as the software giant looks to strengthen its cloud division.
Google revealed a sharp rise in requests from governments asking for political content to be removed from the web in its latest transparency report published on Thursday.