A huge cyber-attack has been carried out across more than 15 countries, with the hackers targeting former Eastern Bloc soviet embassies. Intriguingly, the attack seems to originate near Moscow.
According to analysts at Gartner, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the most over-hyped technology ever and the bubble of expectation is soon going to burst.
Nocturnal robots are being given the run of the Tate Britain museum as part of a unique experiment that will allow art lovers to explore the gallery after visiting hours have technically ended.
A whole year after PS4, the official BBC iPlayer app is launching on Microsoft's Xbox One - meaning you can stream your favourite shows straight to your console.
Gamescom 2014 is kicking off in Cologne, but if you can't be there we've worked out the timetable for the big conference talks in this handy schedule guide - complete with livestream links.
Chinese whispers emanating from Chinaopix are suggesting that a major Windows 10 user interface overhaul will remove the Charms Bar from the operating system completely.
Whether you’re a veteran seeking a new position or a fresh-faced student clutching your result’s day 2014 envelope, job sites are now the number one way to seek employment.
Sam Sung, the brilliantly named former employee of Apple, is auctioning off his old name badge and business card to raise money for the Children's Wish charity.
After launching in the west to a cannonade of critical acclaim, the flagship LG G3 smartphone will begin gracing Chinese shelves on Monday.
On this week's episode of the Tech News Weekly podcast we churn through the story that PC sales may be on the up after all, and that BlackBerry and Google are teaming up.
IBM has revealed it will be helping bolster the security of a Chinese financial data firm using cloud-based risk analysis in a landmark deal that aims to restore Chinese confidence in US companies.
The meteoric growth of WhatsApp and Snapchat has been aligned with the burgeoning passions of loved-up teenagers, according to new research.
So you’ve flogged both your kidneys and sold your Apple shares to invest in Bitcoin – congratulations on a worthy investment. But how do you know when to cut and run?
Aldi has just announced that it is launching a smartphone for those whose pennies are truly pinched. But even though it's a budget handset, we're not sold on the specs.
Having a bad day at work? Try to hide it from your boss while you can, because Dell has claimed it could release a mood-reading application as soon as 2017.
The Citizens Advice Bureau has revealed the extent of a broadband based con that has been legally swindling customers out of hundreds of pounds in “cancellation fees.”
Afterslashing 60 per cent of its workforce in a brutal three-year period of restructuring, it looks like the tide could be turning for BlackBerry and its Canadian smartphone business.
A cyber security researcher has worked out how to hack into passenger jets through the plane’s Wi-Fi and inflight entertainment systems, and will reveal his findings in detail this week.
Smartphone fans will be pleased to know that the heavily rumoured Samsung Galaxy Alpha is now listed for UK pre-order online - only thing is, it's not yet even been officially announced.
Colin MacDonald of Channel 4 and gaming legend Ian Livingstone run us through their top tips to making it big in the video games industry.
Amazon is selling the Samsung 850 PRO 512GB SSD for just £210 with free delivery thrown in on top. It's the world's first SSD to feature revolutionary 3D V-Nand technology.
According to startups, London’s blooming technology scene is being stifled by a frustratingly easy problem to fix: Poor Internet connection services.
PC World has the HP Officejet 6600 All-in-One Wireless Inkjet Printer/Copier/Scanner/Fax for a low £69.00 Free Delivery. This normally retails for £85.