When One Direction split up, expect wall-to-wall media coverage of tearful fans, career-montage clips and speculation about which of the individual band members will be most successful as a solo star.
The official site of TV chef Jamie Oliver, which sees an average of 10m visits per month, has been compromised by hackers serving malicious files to visitors which could take control of their computers.
For dozens of employees of this Chinese start-up, it's the Year of the Tesla rather than the Year of the Sheep.
A top LG executive is being sued by Samsung for allegedly vandalizing the company's washing machines ahead of a trade show.
Notorious hacking group Lizard Squad has reportedly launched a fresh series of attacks against games and game services this weekend, including Xbox Live.
British customers of banks including NatWest, Barclays and HSBC are being targeted by a wave of malicious emails attempting to install the Dyreza malware on their computers.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said it is talking with the U.S. SEC about its dealings with Chinese regulators and more.
Allow me to make a bold statement: YouTube, at 10 years old, is the most interesting place on the internet. It’s not about the platform or the brand, of course, but rather the sheer amount of content it hosts and its diversity.
The nationwide measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in Southern California is now hitting home in the tech community in Northern California, with word this week that a LinkedIn employee in the San Francisco office may have exposed hundreds of Bay Area commuters to the disease.
A threatening sign has been hung near the home of Uber’s top executive in Italy, who is already under some police protection, amid speculation that the government is seeking to relax competition laws for taxis.
The first of April is normally a day of frothy fun, where newspapers and brands compete to produce the best jokes and the worst puns to fool their readers.
Forty years after Apple started, the tech giant's co-founder Steve Wozniak outlined his technology predictions for the next four decades.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has put together a prize fund of $150,000 for any computer hacker who can find problems in its security systems.