Hacking group Lizard Squad made a name for itself with high-profile attacks on Sony and Microsoft’s online gaming networks.
The news that Google’s share of the web-search market in the US has suddenly dropped is interesting.
Google’s snooper specs seen as invasive and uncool by the public, target market shifts to businesses.
The founder of Ship Your Enemies Glitter, an Australian website that lets anyone in the world ship their enemies bags of glitter – the most irritating party product yet invented – has put his company up for sale, after begging potential customers to stop using his website.
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Oculus VR's Palmer Luckey thinks Sony are "doing a good job"
Facebook has begun placing warning messages over videos and photos which it deems to contain graphic images of violence that could “shock, offend and upset”.
Google was asked to remove 345m links to copyrighted content in 2014, almost double the amount requested in 2013.
Sony’s CEO, Kaz Hirai, has spoken out about the hacking of Sony Pictures in November, which saw thousands of private emails and documents distributed online by a group calling itself Guardians of Peace.
The robot car revolution hit a speed bump on Tuesday as senators and tech experts sounded stern warnings about the potentially fatal risks of self-driving cars.
Apple’s lawyers tried to lower the temperature in the company’s fight with the US government on Tuesday, telling a federal judge that America’s Justice Department is well-meaning but wrong in its privacy standoff with the iPhone maker.
Windows 7 users are reporting that Windows 10 is automatically installing on their PCs without permission.