BlackBerry is in the midst of a turnaround, CEO John Chen says. A new platform and launch of its classic phone are just part of what's in the pipeline.
Facebook has once again moved to simplify its description of how it uses the data generated by its 1.3 billion users.
Reddit, the popular online news and community message site, has lost its chief executive, seemingly after a row over new office space.
Internet companies have agreed to do more to tackle extremist material online following negotiations led by Downing Street.
The Blackberry Classic is now available to pre-order.
The United States government has warned users about the recently reported iOS 8 software flaws.
Sharp have unveiled a display with more pixels than the human eye can discern.
The 'A Good Day to Die Hard' actor is said to be in talks to play the assassin for hire.
Speedrunner beats the game in 59 minutes, 15 seconds but holds out that this time can be bested.
A panoramic image from the lander has now been released.
Google’s 3D-mapping tablet, Project Tango, is going on sale in the UK for the first time as the company widens availability of the new technology’s developer kit.
If you’ve had a run of blurry photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus smartphone, the problem may not be your photographic skills.
Adobe’s Flash, hated the world over for slowing down computers, containing more holes in security than swiss cheese and stubbornly being the video carrier of choice until recently, is dying.