New research calls into question the security of using USBs to connect devices to computers
Culture minister Sajid Javid insists the £1.7bn broadband delivery UK (BDUK) roll-out programme will hit coverage targets on schedule
Google is starting to favour secure websites and is ranking them higher on its search engine
Scientists. led by a team at IBM, develop a new computer chip that mimics the organisation of the human brain.
Online game maker Zynga cuts its outlook for 2014 as its losses continue to widen, and due to delayed launch of new games and features.
BBC News tells the story of the construction of one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
More than a million people in the UK now have superfast broadband speeds, according to the government.
The virtual tech giving the physical world a makeover
Ancient Japanese art inspires researchers to design self-folding robots that behave like 'real-life transformers'.
Researchers develop a self-folding robots that are able to take shape and walk without any human intervention.
Chinese users of instant messaging apps will have to register their real names, and seek approval before publishing political news, under new regulations.
A respected risk analyst is proposing the US government pay hackers who indentify significant cybersecurity threats.
Capita has overtaken HP as the biggest supplier of IT services and software to the UK public sector after an 11% increase in sales in 2013
Clothes have been the most popular items bought on the internet this year, according to official figures.
A report by Intercede has found that 53% of consumers would not use mobile banking services because of concerns about device security