One of the world's largest Bitcoin exchanges should soon be up and running again after "unusual activity" has forced it to stop trading for the past 10 days.
A new government-backed Internet safety programme has been launched in the UK today, designed to help students and parents better understand online safety and responsibility.
Former BT Wholesale chief Sally Davis has joined the board of directors at CityFibre as the fibre optic infrastructure providers continue its expansion strategy.
Roaming charges were labelled as “economic madness” by the Vice President of the EC after a survey revealed more than a quarter of Europeans switch off their phones when travelling abroad.
PayPal president David Marcus has warned his staff to use the company's new mobile payment app or else seek employment elsewhere.
Apple has reportedly been in talks with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, sparking speculation that the tech giant is seeking to acquire the electric car manufacturer.
Germany and France will carry out talks to discuss a new European communication network that would avoid emails and online data passing through the US.
Three National Security Agency workers have received disciplinary action in the wake of the spying scandal brought about by revelations from former NSA contract worker Edward Snowden.
Over 6,000 websites have today taken part in an online protest against mass surveillance, two years on from a similar initiative to block SOPA and PIPA bills in the US.
The largest distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on a European network took place on Monday, prompting fears that it could be a sign of "ugly things to come".
Entrepreneur and serial inventor Sir James Dyson has announced plans to invest £5 million in a laboratory at Imperial College London developing domestic robots.
Virgin Atlantic has launched a Google Glass pilot scheme for its staff at Heathrow Airport in an effort to boost customer service.
Young children are routinely witnessing upsetting or explicit material online and many are being targeted by strangers, according to research commissioned for Safer Internet Day.
After the chart-topping app sensation Flappy Bird was removed from iOS and Android app stores, devices pre-installed with the game have appeared for sale online.
The London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has unveiled a new £200 million programme to equip 15,000 police officers with iPad Minis.
A new intergalactic gaming app has been launched by Cancer Research UK that allows people to contribute to scientist's understanding of cancer.
British spy agency GCHQ has been involved in carrying out cyber-attacks on the hactivist groups of Anonymous and LulzSec, according to documents obtained by NBC News.
Sony may soon be selling its personal computer business Vaio amid struggling sales, according to recent reports.
Children know how to play video games and use smartphones before they can write their names, tie their shoes or ride a bike, a new study has revealed.
North Korea's Red Star operating system has been upgraded from a Windows-style desktop to one that closely resembles Apple's OS X.
A tentative settlement has been reached in the three-year antitrust investigation by the European Commission into Google’s search technology.
In a summit speech to regulators Business Secretary Vince Cable has warned that more needs to be done to counter the threat of cyber-attacks on essential services.
Grand Theft Auto V has been named the best-selling game of last year, shifting over 32 million units worldwide.
Unknown hackers have attacked the French website of mobile operator Orange, stealing account details of more than 800,000 customers.
A new app designed to deter people from illegally streaming and downloading songs from the internet has been released by the music industry today.