Eight of the world’s largest tech companies have joined forces to demand wide-spread reforms to US government surveillance.
US president Barack Obama has defended the NSA following the latest spying revelations, but says he intends to propose some reforms that could “give people more confidence”.
Discount supermarket chain Aldi is entering the budget tablet market with the £80 Medion Lifetab, as the German company follows the lead of rival retailers.
The Future Fifty programme has announced the second group of 25 tech companies that will be provided with public and private sector support to help fast-track their growth.
Microsoft and law enforcement agencies have successfully disrupted ZeroAccess, one of the world’s largest and most rampant botnets.
Skyscape Cloud Services has launched a work placement programme for up to 10 undergraduates that want to gain experience in cloud and virtualisation technologies.
Hewlett-Packard, the world’s largest PC manufacturer, has announced plans to cut over one thousand jobs from three of its UK sites in 2014.
New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA is collecting records from over five billion mobile phone calls around the world each day.
The number of new digital and technology companies in London has doubled in the last three years, according to a report due out tomorrow.
A new slimmer and reversible USB Type-C connector akin to Apple’s Lightning connector is currently under development, expected to be completed by mid-2014.
UK businesses are failing to realise basic security standards with 73 per cent lacking a formal BYOD policy, according to a new report.
The recent spate of comments posted to Facebook and Twitter that have been in contempt of court has prompted the government to issue a legal warning to users.
Google has acquired seven robotic technology companies in the past six months in an attempt to create a new generation of robots.
Researchers at Microsoft have designed a bra that can measure mood levels and help prevent stress related over-eating.
Chinese officials have met with Microsoft to encourage the software company to maintain support for Windows XP amid fears of a massive security threat to the country.
Mobile network Three has begun its 4G rollout in four towns and cities in the UK, with aims to bring the service to 1.5 million customers by the end of February.
The world’s first “always-on” dual-screen phone has gone on sale in five European countries today, with the UK launch expected next month.
The US Department of Justice has given the go-ahead for Microsoft's take over of Nokia’s mobile devices and services business, according to the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition.
London and Berlin-based startup Lock8 has secured funding from two major investors in order to begin rolling out its smart lock and bike-sharing program in the US and Europe.
Prime minister David Cameron has signed up to the Chinese microblogging website Sina Weibo whilst on a trade visit to the country.
The telecommunications giant will be pulling out of the US market in order to quash claims of cyber spying and improve the relationship between the US and China, according to the company's CEO.
Facebook has been overtaken by WhatsApp as the most popular social messaging service on mobiles, while chat apps become the dominant way of staying in touch on mobiles.
An illegal market place operating on the dark web known as Sheep Marketplace has shut down, claiming it has been robbed of $5.3 million (£3.3 million) worth of bitcoins.
Microsoft is to end support for Windows XP on 8 April, 2014, leaving 31 per cent of desktops that still run it vulnerable to hackers.
Traditionally the busiest online shopping day of the year, Cyber Monday may get even busier thanks to a recent surge in mobile shopping.