Three large online analytics companies are exploiting a flaw in multiple versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser that lets them track the user's mouse - meaning they can see what people are looking at online.
Social games publisher Zynga had a difficult 2012, but a bright spot is the news that one of its games was the highest grossing iPhone game for the year on the UK and US App Stores.
One of three apparent suicide notes left by the nurse at the centre of the royal hoax phone call criticised staff at the King Edward VII hospital where she worked, the Guardian has learned.
Bradley Wiggins has gone back on his decision not to defend his Tour de France title, raising the prospect of going head-to-head with his Sky team-mate Chris Froome for cycling's ultimate crown.
Unlike it’s posh big sister Islington, Camden is the scruffy, rock 'n roll brother, loitering with bad intent around the pubs and bars by the market and canal.
A day in the life of Andy Murray, even in a setting as glorious as Miami in midwinter, confirms the impression that he inhabits a world of programmed pain some way removed from the scribbling trade.
The Los Angeles Angels have agreed a five-year, $125m deal with Josh Hamilton, according to reports. The slugger, a five-time All Star and free agent who is famous for having overcome problems with drugs and alcohol, most recently played for the Texas Rangers. He played for the Rangers in the 2010 and 2011 World Series.
It is a move some will describe as born out of inspiration and others will claim it is one that looks like simply desperation. Either way the confirmation of Tom Watson's appointment as the USA Ryder Cup captain for 2014 has set up the fascinating reality of an emotional return to Scotland.
A previously unreleased live recording from the 1970s by a short-lived outfit that nonetheless managed to be one of the lastingly influential jazz groups of the era – the "European quartet" of Keith Jarrett (above), with the young Jan Garbarek on sax.