BBC confirms online catch-up service, which had suffered problems all weekend, has now...
Nokia staff to make up the brunt of those axed
BlackBerry's share price crashes after IBM & Apple announce plans to develop...
Google will now let you use a fictional name on your Google+ profile
iPad maker's tax affairs to come under scrutiny from European regulators
Davey Winder points out the short-comings in the password security tools used by Get Safe Online
Windows 8.1 users have been reminded they need to update their systems now to the latest version of the OS
Firm to use satellites to keep Maps up-to-date and for humanitarian projects
Big data analysis is aiding researchers to mitigate the human impact on the planet, says HP
Online retailer looking to provide everything from babysitters to handymen
Technology available from July as an add-on for Oracle's existing databases
Looks to expand footprint in mid-sized British cities
Advice for organisations from the spooks
HP attempts to win back the high-end market with liquid-cooled super servers
New Windows Phone devices, codenamed McLaren, could come with Kinect-like gesture recognition technology
Linus Torvalds also takes aim at the broken US patents system
Synology introduces a new management app to accompany its high-performance hardware
New online voter registration service has been launched to make it easier for UK citizens to cast their vote in next yea
Stephen Fry flips switch on short domain names for the UK
Financial services sector steps up fight against cyber criminals with rollout of new scheme
Police search apartments following arrest
Apple to hide unique MAC address when scanning for networks
Lawsuit claims boardmembers are being too generous with share
David Marcus to bring e-commerce experience to the Messenger apps
The mobile provider has added Basingstoke, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Reading and Southampton to its list
Researchers have developed a transparent electrode coating to make smartphone screens cheaper and tougher
Radio attack could use flaw in software to hijack TVs
Tory minister wants Google's autonomous car technology to be road legal in the UK
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
With the emergence of Google Glass rivals, what does the future hold for this technology?
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
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