Around 37,000 Sky customers in London have been without a landline or broadband for the last three days after alleged copper thieves cut through BT Openreach fibre-optic cables.
Google is updating the way it charges for online ads by offering its clients the option to pay for only those ads that are seen by web users.
The average UK consumer reportedly spends £77 each time they upgrade their mobile phone, equating to £2,688 over the course of their lifetime.
Picture sharing site Instagram has introduced a new private messaging service as it looks to follow in the success of its rivals.
A new study has revealed a 21 per cent increase in bot traffic since last year, meaning that 61.5 per cent of all website visitors are now bots.
Football featured in seven of the UK's top 10 Twitter "surges" in 2013, the social network has revealed in its end-of-year roundup.
The Metropolitan Police Service’s new Cyber Crime Unit (MPCCU) has arrested four people suspected of stealing £1 million from two UK banks.
Patent violation claims by Samsung Electronics against Apple have been unexpectedly dismissed from a South Korean court.
The Pirate Bay's .sx domain name has been seized due to pressure from the entertainment industry, forcing the file-sharing site to move to the UK-controlled .ac domain.
IBM has invented an interface that allows users to send data across multiple clouds securely, eliminating “lock-in” and potentially opening up the cloud space.
Intelligence agencies are secretly pinpointing suspects by using the same techniques that advertisers use to track consumers online, according to the latest revelations from leaked NSA documents.
Google has opened its first data centres in Asia, as internet growth in the region continues at an “amazing” rate.
Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and all versions of Java are responsible for two thirds of vulnerabilities in Windows systems, according to a longterm study by independent security consultant AV Test.
Google has launched a new Street View feature that will allow users to create their own 360º virtual tours and add them to Google Maps.
Security firm AVG has developed a free update to its PrivacyFix app that is able to block wifi location tracking data.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been watching suspects undetected "for years" through custom-built malware designed to hack into webcams, a court has heard.
Messaging service Viber has officially launched its new calling feature that allows users to make international phonecalls four times cheaper than Skype.
A new consortium of tech companies has formed, dedicated to creating an open-source framework within which all “smart” devices are able to communicate with each other.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi has sold all of its initial stock of the £80 Medion Lifetab, less than two days after going on sale.
Online video game network Xbox Live has been infiltrated by the NSA and GCHQ, under the suspicion that it is an environment where terrorists “hide in plain sight”.
A new open-source 3D metal printer has been built by scientists at Michigan Technological University using less than $1,500 (£913) worth of materials.
City of London Police has cracked down on sites illegally hosting copyrighted content, resulting in the suspension of 40 websites.
The owner of a faulty Galaxy S4 that reportedly caught fire has refused to be silenced by the firm, posting a video to the internet detailing the attempted cover up.
IBM is to bring the power of its gameshow-winning supercomputer Watson to three new apps next year, including a "cognitive, expert personal shopper".
A university degree is no longer sufficient for jobseekers to break into the IT industry, according to research from an IT recruitment site.