Yishan Wong has quit his role as the chief executive of Reddit.
Internet companies have agreed to do more to tackle extremist material online following negotiations led by Downing Street.
The United States government has warned users about the recently reported iOS 8 software flaws.
The beta of YouTube's highly anticipated music streaming service has been released in selected countries.
Soon you will able to access your NHS records on your mobile phone.
A failure at a Google ad server caused loading problems for many websites, possibly costing publishers millions in missed ad revenue.
The European Space Agency have successfully landed Rosetta's Philae Lander probe on a speeding comet.
It has taken Microsoft 19-years to release a patch for a critical security bug in its software.
Customers of low-cost mobile network GiffGaff can now access 4G data on their smartphones.
Apple's latest iOS 8 adoption figures don't make for impressive viewing, so why has the new operating system struggled since its launch?
When Gary Kasparov lost to chess computer Deep Blue in 1997, IBM marked a milestone in the history of artificial intelligence.
Google is poised to confirm next week that controversial tax structures in Ireland, the Netherlands and Bermuda have boosted its offshore cash mountain to more than $43bn (£30bn), figures from financial analysts suggest.
Google’s attempt to counter criticism of its tax arrangements by agreeing to make a back payment of £130m in the UK unravelled after claims that the internet giant had effectively paid an annual rate of corporation tax of just 2.77% over the last decade.