The Office for National Statistics has published a snapshot of Britain's internet habits, how they have changed in recent years, and how they compare with the rest of the Europe.
With rumours Google is buying Twitch.tv, could this YouTube style copyright protection spell tough times ahead?
A man named Sam Sung no longer works for Apple, but he is still looking to cash in on the irony-for charity, at least.
Experts are divided over the role of robots over the next decade, with some arguing that they will create more jobs than they displace, and others worrying that they could lead to income inequality and a breakdown in social order.
The console giants no longer guarantee games will work on devices running Android 4.4.3 and higher.
Samsung Electronics and Apple have agreed to drop all patent lawsuits outside of the United States, a Samsung spokesperson said on Wednesday.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's actual accomplishments during her two-year tenure leave much to be desired, Ironfire Capital Founder Eric Jackson told CNBC.
Google is set to restrict search terms to a link to a Wikipedia article, in the first request under Europe's controversial new "right to be forgotten" legislation to affect the 110m-page encyclopaedia.
Google’s next tangle with European regulators is likely to focus on the deals it strikes with smartphone and tablet manufacturers using its Android software.
The UK is to encourage the development of driverless cars on its roads, it was announced on Wednesday, with a multimillion-pound research fund and a review into the relevant laws around road safety.
This is weird: Taylor Swift was briefly back on Spotify.
A Florida woman has been arrested for a hit-and-run accident in Port St Lucie, after her car called the police to report the collision.
IBM has discontinued a campaign encouraging women to get into technology by asking them to “hack a hairdryer” after widespread criticism from women in the industry.