Google is going to try to point search engine users to legitimate sources by several new means, and will further down-rank DMCA violating sites.
IBM is pushing forward with shedding its hardware side, with the latest business to get the elbow being chip manufacturing, following the sale of its server division to Lenovo.
A rickshaw accident bent the Apple handset in his pocket, causing the battery to catch fire with very nasty results...
Redmond is getting ready to take the wraps off its new wearable, which will apparently be cross-platform, and boast a robust battery life.
The Home Office has begun work on the UK’s national Child Abuse Image Database (CAID) that aims to enable law enforcement to better tackle the crime.
The BBC has announced a new Doctor Who game for CBBC audiences voiced by Peter Capaldi - and it's designed to teach kids the basics of coding. Oh, and it's free!
The UK has topped the list of countries most under threat from cyber-attack, followed by Germany in second place and Saudi Arabia in third.
September saw a massive boost in consumer spending on electronics, with the Samsung Galaxy Alpha helping the new iPhones, not to mention low inflation.
Apple has taken steps that mean it is impossible for buyers to install more memory on its brand new Mac mini computer announced last week.
As if all the mishegoss over Gamergate hasn’t been enough, how about a Panamanian dictator suing over his depiction in a video game?