Manchester United football club has announced a partnership with Google+ that will allow fans to watch a match via video chat as though they were pitchside.
Photographs have emerged of broken iPhones being cannibalised for parts, rebuilt and sold as new by a business in South East China.
Members of Parliament on the Common’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have called for government funding to be suspended for BTs superfast broadband expansion due to a lack of transparency.
The head of Research and Innovation at HSBC has warned that IT bosses could "potentially go to prison" if regulation for financial services fails to keep pace with advances in cloud services.
A €1.57 billion (£1.32 billion) lawsuit involving an alleged infringement of a European patent by Apple has been dismissed by a German court today.
The European Commission is meeting with key players in the mobile industry with the intention of putting in place measures to protect parents from the hidden costs of in-app purchases.
Japan's vice finance minister Jiro Aichi has called for the international regulation of Bitcoin following the closure of one of the world’s largest exchanges of the cryptocurrency, MtGox.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has developed a new smartphone capable of encrypting top-secret communications and wiping all data should the device fall into the wrong hands.
A US entrepreneur has put his Wisconsin vacation home up for sale for 100 million Dogecoin - the meme-inspired cryptocurrency that was conceived as a parody to Bitcoin.
A security firm has uncovered around 360 million stolen account details that were available to purchase on black market websites.
Government intelligence agencies have been manipulating the online discourse of opponents and targeting 'hacktivists' with DDoS attacks, according to the latest leaked documents from Edward Snowden.
A new app that allows people to read faster and with greater comprehension has been unveiled by Boston-based startup Spritz at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has claimed that the $19 billion (£11 billion) acquisition of messaging app Whatsapp was a bargain, despite users switching to rival services due to privacy concerns.
MtGox, one of the world's largest Bitcoin exchanges, has gone offline after a reported hacking attack cost the company hundreds of millions of pounds.
The NSA has increased its surveillance on German officials after being ordered by Barack Obama to stop monitoring Chancellor Angela Merkel, a major German newspaper has reported.
People's home routers are being targeted by cyber criminals who are able to easily exploit their security failings, researchers claim.
Amazon is to combine its high-speed shipping subscription with its Lovefilm streaming service to create Prime Instant Video, while also increasing its investment in original content.
An online role-playing game has offered a reward of €10,000 (£8,200) for any "tips leading to conviction" of those responsible for taking it offline.
Cisco Systems and Swiss analytics firm AGT have formed an alliance in an effort to transform a number of cities into 'smart cities' over the next five years.
King Digital Entertainment, the game maker behind app-sensation Candy Crush Saga, has announced its plans to join the US stock exchange in a floatation that could value it at $5 billion (£3 billion).
A new app that aims to use brain training to improve users' vision has been proven to have "real world benefits", according to a recent study by researchers in California.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has said that he is "outraged" by a recent campaign by T-Mobile that offered its Blackberry customers the chance to switch their phones to an iPhone 5s.
The SEA has hijacked yet another high profile social media account, with FC Barcelona's Twitter profile the rather unlikely target.
A new crowdfunding campaign has launched to print every English-language article on Wikipedia and publish them in a 1,000 volume encyclopaedia.
Top US and UK intelligence agencies monitored activist groups and their supporters and targeted them with a campaign of pressure, according to the latest leaked documents from Edward Snowden.