New Android on Google's agenda
Google is expected to unveil the new version of its Android operating system as well as discuss driverless cars and virtual reality when its annual I/O developer conference begins...
'Effective power' text message crashes iPhones
iPhones can be crashed if they receive a text containing the words 'Effective power' and a specific line of Arabic characters and symbols.
Video: Microsoft set to take on Siri with Windows 10...
Microsoft is bringing its Cortana digital assistant to iPhone and Android users. The firm is hoping...
Video: Iris scanners that can identify you in reflections
Biometric technologies are on the rise. By electronically recording data...
Video: Humans "set to become cyborgs within...
A leading historian believes one day humans will be able to become
Tools to scour for life on Europa
The countdown has begun for a mission to discover whether life might exist on Jupiter's moon Europa.
Surespot 'becoming key tool for IS'
Encrypted messenger apps are becoming a powerful communication tool for Islamic State (IS) militants and their supporters, it has been claimed.
Periscope for Android: Twitter's livestreaming app finally lands on Google Play Store
Twitter has finally launched its livestreaming app Periscope on Android, two months after the app was launched on iOS.
Mont Blanc panorama is world's biggest ever photograph
Photographers have worked to stitch together a huge picture of Mont Blanc that is by far the most detailed image ever taken, allowing...
'The UK is becoming the world leader in censorship', says obscenity lawyer following...
The UK is at the cutting-edge of censorship, it has been claimed, as government plans to implement ID-based age checks for pornography...
O2 rapped by Northern Ireland mobile users as phone network goes down
Angry O2 customers in Northern Ireland took to Twitter last night to vent their anger after the mobile phone network's signal went down...
The software company that has come from humble beginnings to make its 1,000th sale
It's a long way from the Sinclair spectrum to a successful business selling paperless meeting software systems.
Jony Ive becomes Apple's chief design officer
Apple has promoted Jony Ive, the man behind the design of its most iconic devices, to the newly created role of chief design officer.
O2 must 'sort out' phone complaints
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has urged phone provider O2 to "sort it out" after a flood of complaints from people who had lost the signal on their mobile telephones.
Artist Richard Prince sells someone else's Instagram photo for $90,000
An Instagram user whose photograph was reproduced without permission by controversial artist Richard Prince and subsequently sold for more...
'Beautiful Mind' John Nash and wife die in US crash
John Nash, the Nobel Laureate whose life as both a genius mathematician and a victim of cruel mental disorders inspired the...
What do your Facebook updates say about you?
A new study has revealed what Facebook updates say about users.
Computer games collection on show
The world's largest collection of playable computer games has gone on display covering five decades of gaming technology.
Large Hadron Collider getting up to speed
A new energy record for smashing together sub-atomic particles has been set by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), marking a turning point for the team operating the world's biggest scientific instrument.
LG makes ‘wallpaper TV’ so bendy and thin it can be stuck straight on the wall and held...
LG has shown off a TV than it less than 1mm thick that can be bent and mounted as easily as a piece of wallpaper.
Mysterious US military rocket launched into space, as Air Force stays secret on high-tech...
The US has launched an unmanned, mysterious rocket into space, carrying technology that nobody really knows the purpose of.
Video game firm sues BBC over drama
The makers of Grand Theft Auto have filed a lawsuit against the BBC over a forthcoming drama based on the development of the popular video game series.
Livescribe Android app: desirable smart pen gets even more useful
Livescribe is one of those products that once you’ve used it, is hard to do without.
Cashless payments 'most popular'
Cashless payments have become more popular than transactions using coins and notes for the first time, figures from the Payments Council show.
Spotify video: streaming music app takes on Netflix and YouTube
Spotify is adding video features, taking on Netflix and YouTube by putting streaming clips alongside its music catalogue. It has also...
Google to take on Instagram and Flickr with soon to be announced photo service
Google is set to unveil a standalone, web-based photo sharing and storage service at its Google I/O developer conference later this...
Google Tone: Chrome extension lets you send links by sound
Google has developed a new technology that lets Chrome users send links to people by playing sounds.