Two people responsible for sending out millions of spam texts offering accident compensation and PPI misselling services face fines totalling about half a million pounds, following a crackdown by the Information Commissioner's Office.
Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has said he is "extremely sorry for the frustration" users have found with its new mapping service, adding that if they are dissatisfied they can use rival products.
Another week, another 20 new and notable iPhone and iPad apps appearing on Apple's App Store, with books and children's apps figuring prominently in this latest weekly selection.
Apple's iPhones and other gadgets aren't just popular among consumers, thieves also have acquired a taste for the sleek mobile devices.
A brawl involving as many as 2,000 workers forced Foxconn to close its Taiyuan plant in northern China late on Sunday, and left a number of people needing hospital treatment.
Is it possible to fall in love with a brand?
The covert cyberwar being waged in the Middle East and north Africa – particularly against Iran and its allies – is even more sophisticated and widespread than had previously been understood, according to new research.
The digerati mostly greeted the iPhone 5 last week with a collective yawn.
Apple's iPhone 5 launch held few surprises on the hardware front, thanks to the barrage of pretty-accurate leaks in the weeks leading up to the event.
The key statement from Nokia's Windows Phone 8 launch in New York didn't come from the company's chief executive Stephen Elop, but from his guest, Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer.
More than 100 Apple iPhone users in the UK have contacted lawyers about joining a landmark privacy action against Google over the way it tracked their online habits.
On market day in the small Canadian town of Waterloo, Ontario, the snow covers the car parks, and horse-drawn buggies pull up alongside the pickups. Founded two centuries ago on the prairie between the Great Lakes, Waterloo is home to the global smartphone maker BlackBerry, 500 tech companies and an institute of quantum computing, but it was first settled by German Mennonites, a religious sect who reject the inventions of the machine age.
It's good to talk, but it's even better to text. Whereas once we kept in touch with loved ones with a phone call, new research suggests we are now more likely to contact friends and family via a text message or email.
Will you want to buy one? Like any of the top-end smartphones with which it's competing, such as the Samsung Galaxy SIII and Nokia's forthcoming Lumia 920, buying the top-end version will be a big commitment.
It's time for our weekly roundup of the best new iPhone and iPad apps, taking in much-loved children's characters, William Shakespeare, ancient Egypt, eBay's new same-day delivery service, Everton FC and more.
Apple made its play to dominate the fast-growing tablet market on Tuesday by unveiling an "iPad mini" - a new tablet half the size of its existing iPad - to compete with Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle Fire.