Google's head of its self-drive car project reveals the real reason he wants self-drive cars standard on roads in five years.
Chinese people using pirated versions of Microsoft Windows will be able to get a free upgrade to Windows 10.
A Gartner report predicts smart city deployments will be heavily skewed towards the private sector, leaving the public sector trailing
Does the theft of $1bn from global financial firms by the Carbanak gang show it is time to seek new technologies or improve business processes?
Digitisation may the buzzword business leaders are trying to grasp, but Microsoft has begun its journey to build a digitisation product portfolio
A group of investors from the Polaroid group is named as the preferred bidder for Edinburgh-based online photo-sharing site Blipfoto.
US health insurance firm Premera Blue Cross reveals an IT systems breach, exposing financial and medical records of 11 million customers
A survey by the ICO shows 85% of UK consumers are concerned about how their personal details are passed on or sold to other organisations
E-commerce giant Alibaba has demonstrated an app that will allow mobile shoppers to use selfies as authentication when making payments
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has created a search engine that can analyse the dark web.
UK retail banks are under pressure from regulation, costs and increasing competition
A new iPad app is asking users to "tag" tigers in images gathered from the internet, to help researchers with counting and tracking the animals.
The online dating site sued for targeting married people
A Starbucks PR campaign to unite customers with conversations about race appears to have backfired, as the company's big roll-out was mocked on Twitter.
Tal Danino opens Ted 2015 with a talk about programmable bacteria that can find tumours in the liver.
Edinburgh-based online photo-sharing business Blipfoto has gone into liquidation, it is confirmed.