The head of the EC's antitrust unit Joaquin Almunia has offered Google its "last opportunity" to sort out accusations that it has been abusing its position as Europe's most dominant search engine.
Adobe has today launched an update that brings 3D printing support to Photoshop, following partnerships with MakerBot and Shapeways.
A fifth of all enterprise 'bring your own device' (BYOD) projects will fail in the next two years, according to the latest predictions from analyst firm Gartner.
Westminster council is this week rolling out a 'smart parking' system that will allow drivers to find empty parking spaces through a smartphone app.
Qualcomm Ventures has today launched its QPrize competition, aimed at early-stage technology startups throughout the world.
Net neutrality rules that would have prevented internet service providers from prioritising certain internet traffic have been rejected by a US federal appeals court.
The developers of the virtual currency Coinye have given up on the project following a legal battle with the rapper Kanye West.
Samsung has finished ahead of rivals Apple and Google to top a list of the most admired global brands, following a multi-country survey from market research firm YouGov.
The Chicago Sun-Times is set to test a paywall system that would give readers access to online content in return for Bitcoin donations or tweets.
The American National Security Agency has been spying on nearly 100,000 computers around the world using secretly inserted USB drives, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Computer manufacturer Acer will look to "operational excellence" to turn around its fortunes, according to the company's new Chief Executive Officer Jason Chen.
Founded by two former Apple executives and home to many former Apple employees, it has come as a surprise to many that the smart thermostat firm was bought up by Google.
Only a tiny fraction of consumer mobile apps will be considered a financial success by their developers through to 2018, according to a new report from Gartner.
Samsung has hinted that the eagerly anticipated Galaxy S5 smartphone will not be following the metal body design path set by Apple and HTC.
One of the world’s largest supercomputers has accurately mapped one second’s worth of activity in a human brain, in what researchers claim is the most accurate simulation to date.
Negative comments posted on the review site Yelp will no longer be entitled to anonymity, a US court has said.
US President Barack Obama is expected to unveil reforms to the National Security Agency that could include extended privacy protections to non-US citizens, according to sources close to the matter.
The Syrian Electronic Army has claimed responsibility for hijacking two Microsoft Twitter accounts and an official blog, a week after compromising Skype’s social media accounts.
A recent data breach of US retail giant Target’s databases involved the theft of payment and personal details from up to 70 million customers, the company revealed today.
Non-profit organisation Wikimedia Foundation has reportedly terminated the contract of one of its employees for editing Wikipedia pages on the behalf of paying clients.
Online retail sales reached record highs in the UK over the Christmas period, according to the latest figures from the British Retail Consortium.
A new facial recognition app called Name Tag has been labelled a "serious threat" by privacy groups for its potential to divulge people's information against their will.
President Barack Obama is in the final stages of a review focussing on the practices of the National Security Agency, according to a White House official.
Former National Security Agency contract worker Edward Snowden has been invited to testify via video link in front of a European parliament committee as part of an inquiry into US surveillance.
Pioneering US company 3D Systems has created a printer that is able to produce edible items using sugar and liquid chocolate.