Samsung has started again to roll out an update to its Galaxy S3 smartphone, weeks after a botched attempt angered users.
Spencer Kelly finds out how ultrasound can give virtual objects a tactile sensation.
#BBCtrending looks at the intense activity on social media in the 60 seconds before Nelson Mandela's death was officially announced by South African President Jacob Zuma.
A deliberate attempt to disrupt services at NatWest left some customers struggling to access online banking on Friday.
Nokia Solutions and Networks has chosen a ‘best of platform’ approach for its global HR programme in the wake of a reduction in staff from around 80,000 to 50,000, consequent to a restructure in 2011
Smart systems like IBM’s Watson, autonomous vehicles and a growing army of robots are quietly making more and more decisions every day.
Prime Minister David Cameron opens Cisco’s innovation centre for startups in east London on the third anniversary of Tech City
Over a quarter of the job growth in London comes from the technology and digital sector, according to Tech City Investment Organisation
Modern technology is too reliant on rare materials whose scarcity could drastically set back innovation, a report warns.
Samsung and Philips are among several consumer electronics companies raided by the European Commission over suspected breaches of competition rules.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has yet to complete an investigation into a massive IT failure at the Royal Bank of Scotland last year
EE's superfast mobile network goes live in Silicon Roundabout, bringing speeds of up to 300Mbps to the Tech City digital hub
Millions of Android users have been "deceived" by a developer who covertly gathered personal data, says the US Federal Trade Commission.
George Osborne exempts datacentre operators from blanket carbon taxes in exchange for climate change agreements
Fox announces that the next film in the franchise will be called Apocalypse and will be released in cinemas in May 2016.