Google will now let you use a fictional name on your Google+ profile
The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (DRIP) Bill was approved via a majority of...
Model B+ consumes less power and has more USB slots, but is not a sequel
BT will be paid millions of pounds after the supreme court ruled mobile operators could...
In-flight internet will be available within the next three years using satellite technology
Heathrow Terminal 2 can use the data to analyse whether new loos are needed...
A supercomputer has become the first to pass the iconic Turing Test, by convincing judges that it is a 13-year-old boy
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US spy agency the CIA has joined the world of social media, setting up Facebook and Twitter profiles
Is Apple gearing up to launch its first wearable later this year?
The Office, IE and Windows updates will be patched in the monthly Patch Tuesday fix
European representatives will be discussing EU citizens' right to privacy and expression at a conference in Strasbo
With a Gorilla Glass screen, ruggedised chassis and a huge battery, the Latitude 13 is suitable for use in schools
Twitter buys Namo Media and enters talks with SoundCloud as the US Secret Service looks to improve security with a sarca
EE have announced another wave of its 4G rollout with 15 more UK locations now covered
Apple continues to automate payment features in latest update
Comms giant publishes Disclosure Report which confirms some agencies can listen in on calls
A security flaw in OpenSSL, active since 1998, has been discovered by a group of researchers in Japan
Top 12 features of iOS 8 revealed
You can now use your UK data limits, calls and texts in France, Switzerland, Israel, Switzerland, Finland and Norway
Japanese comms giant Softbank announced the humanoid robot, which uses sensors to detect how you’re feeling
What are the alternative workplace communication options in a world where email is banned?
The risks to businesses from older OS and software installations are well known, but businesses still aren't budgin
Android/Simplocker malware allows hackers to hold users' devices to ransom
Chinese state media accuses US tech companies of spying on state secrets, vowing that they will be punished
The government has released a certification scheme for companies bidding on ICT contracts to ensure they are secure from
Smartphone to feature a 4.7in display, quad-core processor and "Prime Data" package
Despite IT professionals embracing the Internet of Things, they are not sufficiently prepared for it
The Get Safe Online website, designed to educate computer users about cyber security, suffers high traffic-induced outag
Is this £700 camera and speakerphone combination value for money?
New proposals from Ofcom for lower mobile termination rates could mean cheaper bills for consumers
Microsoft thinks companies should transform into mobility-driven organisms and let employees be free from BYOD constrain
Davey Winder explains why the recent run of data breach headlines are really nothing to worry about
A desktop version of enterprise photo sharing app FoKo is now available for businesses
It's been a couple of days since Apple announced iOS 8. We find out if iPhone and iPad users like what they see
London's first wireless broadband service has been launched by UK Broadband for consumers and businesses in the cap
Apple's HealtKit finess app is at the centre of a row with an Aussie startup with the same name
A new end-to-end extension is being added to Google's Chrome Web Store that will encrypt data and emails sent by us
Hangouts now integrated into collaboration tools like Zendesk and Smartsheet
CityFibre will upgrade the infrastructure of the network and increase broadband speeds in the area
The DVF | Made for Glass collection will be designed by Diane von Furstenberg
Social network buys up 30-person startup
Apple is ready to accept virtual currencies on its App Store again despite banning their use in 2013
Large rollouts of BES 10 and BB10 in last couple of months show signs of a recovery, ailing smartphone maker claims
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