In a world of spying, surveillance leaks and advanced analytics tracking our every move, a new website is tracking the locations of a million cats.
An enquiry by Italian investigators has given Google 18 months to reform its privacy policies before it faces a fine of up to €1 million and possible criminal proceedings.
The deal, which includes $400 million in cash and $1.6 billion dollars worth of Facebook shares, has been approved by regulators and will come into effect immediately.
Over 1.1 million tickets have been sold so far but if you're unable to attend, fear not, for there are still plenty of ways to watch the action.
Bing is a wonderful search engine. My love for it is hardly a secret, as I declared my affection earlier today. However, while Internet Explorer is getting better all the time...
Auntie Beeb is confident that any glitches have now been resolved, although it isn’t clear what caused the problems that first struck over the weekend.
Sports fans are increasingly demanding a multi-channel experience, wanting all the news and all the facts on multiple devices, and website owners can’t afford to ignore this.
Various social media posts have begun to spring up relating to the crash in eastern Ukraine that are trying to obtain personal details and drive traffic for ad revenue.
A Twitter bot found that a page covering air disasters was edited to change the blame for the accident from the Russian-backed rebels to Ukraine’s government forces.
Starting from next year, those who download content illegally in the UK will receive up to four emails annually reminding them of copyright law in an attempt to curb the growth of online piracy.