A 3D printer capable of creating objects in a variety of colours and materials has been launched by Stratasys, the 3D printing company that owns MakerBot.
Google has picked up “cutting edge” artificial intelligence company DeepMind for a reported fee of $400 million (£242 million).
An old video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) has sold for $99,902 (£60,500) on Ebay, following two days of intense bidding.
National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has said that there is "no chance" he would have a fair trial in the US due to failings in the current law.
A rare video game considered the "holy grail" for collectors has been put up for auction on Ebay, with bids already exceeding £3,000.
US broadcaster CNN has fallen victim to an attack by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), with several of its social media accounts and blogs compromised.
Samsung has announced a decline in profits in the fourth quarter, due in part to declining margins in its smartphone division.
A bold new project based on similar principles to that of Bitcoin has launched, with the hope of eventually decentralising the Internet.
An error that resulted in internet traffic in China being diverted to a site selling methods of bypassing the country’s strict censorship laws was reportedly not a result of hacking.
Using a phone to read or send texts whilst walking has resulted in accidents for a third of young people, according to a new study from the University of Queensland.
A report by the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has condemned the practices of the US National Security Agency and called for an end to its phone spying programme.
The Church of England has issued a list of nine guidelines to its clergy on how best to use social media to spread the word of God.
A major inquiry into the future of the Internet was announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos yesterday, intended to address the issues raised by Edward Snowden's spying revelations.
A Californian judge has ruled that Samsung infringed Apple's auto-correct text patent, ahead of an upcoming trial between the two companies.
Facebook will lose 80 per cent of its users by 2017, according to new research that used the spread of infectious diseases in humans as a model.
A drop in sales and declining profits has led the chief executive and senior management of IBM to forgo their annual bonuses for 2013.
Microsoft Research has developed a learning system that can be used by lifts to understand where individuals need to go.
The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has hijacked Microsoft’s social media platforms in what is the second attack of its kind in as many weeks.
Global shipments in phablets are expected to reach 120 million by 2018 due to growing demand in East Asian territories, according to new findings from Juniper Research.
The potential security and privacy risks that come with big data analytics may be outweighed by the cost of inaction, according to a new white paper from IT association ISACA.
Joanna Shields is to be replaced by BlackBerry's global marketing leader Gerard Grech as CEO of Tech City UK next month.
A new device capable of transmitting smell signals through smartphones could soon make communicating with odours as easy as sending a text message.
Almost half of the population of South Korea have had their credit card details leaked by an employee at a credit ratings company.
A failure to meet profit goals has led Nintendo President Satoru Iwata to declare that he is "thinking about a new business structure".
Cloud services from Amazon, Google and GoDaddy are host to the most malware on the internet, according to a new report.