The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been called in to investigate a private tutor allegedly involved in assisting pupils hack into their teacher’s computers in order to change their grades.
The technology co-working space provider Techspace is to expand its presence in the Tech City area of London by 25 per cent, the company has announced.
A new award-winning app designed by Scottish students to track and manage livestock information has been launched on app stores.
Details about the number of secret data requests issued by the US government have been released by Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and Google, as part of a transparency deal reached last month.
A new project has been unveiled that aims to create a “virtual you”, capable of interacting with a person’s family, friends and ancestors after their death.
Twitter has been looking into ways of allowing its 232 million users to buy goods straight from its site, according to leaked documents detailing the plans.
The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has once again claimed responsibility for a series of cyber-attacks on major firms, in order to spread its anti-US government message.
The continuing boom in big data will lead to 25 per cent of large organisations appointing chief data officers (CDOs) within the next year, according to the research firm Gartner.
Samsung has joined forces with UK retailer Carphone Warehouse to open 60 stores in the UK and Europe over the next three months.
Google has reported a 17 per cent increase in its fourth quarter revenues, boosted mostly by improved ad sales.
Many industries are facing the possibility that computers could take the place of human workers at a faster rate than new jobs are created, experts have warned.
Spending on gaming apps for smartphones surpassed that of games for handheld consoles for the first time last year, according to a new report.
Microsoft has announced that it will be contributing cloud server designs to the OCP, the initiative started by Facebook to encourage the development of more efficient data centres.
The Office of Fair Trading has given online game producers until 1 April to comply with guidelines relating to in-app purchases, or else face legal action.
Musician Prince has abandoned a $22 million (£13.3 million) piracy action against 22 people for illegally posting videos of his gigs online.
A three-year anti-trust probe into Google by European Union regulators is coming to an end, according to unnamed sources speaking to Reuters.
Yahoo suffered a drop in revenue for the fourth straight quarter, prompting shares to fall nearly seven per cent in the search engine firm.
Facebook has announced a $2.78 billion (£1.69 billion) increase in revenue in 2013, aided by a surge in daily active users and improved mobile advertising sales.
A Russian national has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud by developing and distributing the malicious software known as SpyEye.
A small team of developers has created a secure, decentralised, peer-to-peer network, which some scientists claim will "revolutionise" the Internet.
Google has introduced a new range of four titanium frames for its smartglasses that are capable of supporting prescription lenses.
Five people have been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for their involvement with email hacking websites.
Global smartphone shipments topped one billion units for the first time last year, according to a new survey by IDC.
In his first television interview, US National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has claimed that his former employer engaged in espionage on an industrial scale.
Internet speeds in South Korea, already among the quickest in the world, are set to get even faster with the launch of next-generation 5G wireless service.