MPs have attacked Google's "notable failure" in removing content that infringes copyright from its search result rankings, branding the giant's efforts to stop it "derisory".
Encrypted communication specialist Silent Circle is set to launch a free app which will enable any Android user to encrypt their contact list and prevent Google from accessing it.
Dropbox has become the latest tech firm to file a brief with the secret US Fisa court, requesting permission to publish the number of surveillance requests it has received from the US government.
UK-based startup User Replay has secured £335,000 in venture capital funding in a round led by EC1 Capital, bringing total investment in the company to £1.2 million.
Prem Watsa, the billionaire chief executive of Fairfax Financial has said he believes the consortium he is leading to purchase BlackBerry for $4.7 billion (£2.9 billion) will be successful.
Kronos Incorporated has launched its cloud based Workforce Ready suite in the UK, providing an as a service workforce management solution for small and midsize businesses.
Over half of free public Wi-Fi hotspots in the UK allow access to pornography and other inappropriate material, a new study has found.
Amazon has today launched the third generation of its Kindle Fire tablet - the Kindle Fire HDX which includes 24/7 live tech support through a dedicated 'mayday' button.
Samsung has revealed it will release a smartphone featuring a curved display in October, this will be the first use of the Youm flexible display technology on a mass produced consumer smartphone.
WD has launched the newest versions of the My Book external desktop hard drives for Mac and PC which provide up to 4TB of storage and come with enhanced features to protect against loss of data.
eBay has signed a deal with Argos that means consumers will soon be able to pick up items brought on the e-commerce site from the high street stores.
IBM's CTO of Java, John Duimovich revealed today that graphics processing unit (GPU) acceleration is coming to Java.
Adobe has today launched the latest versions of its consumer level photo and video editing software, Photoshop Elements 12 and Premiere Elements 12.
Budget Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced the sale of 10 million units of its flagship smartphone, the Mi-2, in 11 months.
Google has argued that its Books Library Project does not violate copyright laws as only sections are available online.
Tech Trailblazers has issued a final call to Enterprise IT startups to enter its competition to be in with a chance of winning free products and services worth thousands of dollars.
Chinese tech firm Huawei expects to make over $2 billion (£1.25 billion) in revenue this year selling 4G equipment, a group of the firm's senior executives have said.
Just three days after the iPhone 5S and 5C went on sale, Apple has announced the sale of a record breaking nine million devices.
BT has completed a major upgrade of Visa Europe's communications network, helping to enable the payments firm to process around €2 million (£1.7 million) of transactions every minute.
Groupon has failed in an attempt to have a lawsuit against it, linked to when company went public in 2011, thrown out by a US judge.
Tesco has today officially launched a 7in 16GB tablet offering under the brand name Hudl. Available from 30 September, the device will cost £119.
Cyber security firm RSA has told customers to stop using one of the encryption algorithms used in its toolkits following fears that it may contain a backdoor accessible by the NSA.
Eight men have been arrested after a gang stole £1.3 million from a Barclays Bank branch through taking control of one of its computers.
Two NHS websites have been hacked and defaced by Haxor Hussy (H4x0r HuSsY), a member of the Pakistan based Madleets group.
Cyber security firm FireEye has priced its initial public offering of 15.2 million shares at $20 (£12.50) per share in a move that values the company at around $2.3 billion (£1.45 billion).