Last year, reporters for the Associated Press attempted to figure out which jobs were being lost to new technology.
Europe has produced 30 technology companies worth more than $1bn (£590m) since the millennium, according to research that explodes the myth that the region's internet entrepreneurs lack vision and sell up too early.
Popular streaming service Netflix has undergone quite a radical redesign.
Radiation from a solar flare emitted from the sun could temporarily wipeout GPS and communication systems tomorrow, Friday 13th!
A Romanian court has sentenced the hacker known as “Guccifer”, famed for posting nude self-portraits of George W Bush on the internet, to four years in jail on Friday.
Web hosting company GoDaddy announced plans on Monday to raise $100m in an initial public offering.
Network provider O2 has cut the cost of its 4G equipped SIM-only deals.
Later this year, British schools will get a new computing curriculum, including an introduction to programming for children as young as five years old.
Under new UK Government plans hackers who threaten national security could face life in prison if found guilty.
Console vendors are already thinking about what comes next.
At dawn on Wednesday an army of 1.7 million foot soldiers and 400,000 vehicles will fan out across towns and cities in China.
The New York-based owner of dating websites including Tinder, Match and OkCupid is to press ahead with a flotation valuing the group at $3.1bn (£2.1bn).
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey’s other company, Square, has seen at least a third shaved off its 2014 valuation at $6bn, resulting in an IPO share price of between $11 and $13 a share. To make up the shortfall, the company may have to issue extra stock to preferred shareholders.