» TalkTalk's wi-fi hack advice is 'astonishing'
07/12/16 13:35 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Security experts attack TalkTalk's response to evidence that thousands of its wi-fi passwords have been stolen.
» PewDiePie quit plan prompts YouTube reply
07/12/16 13:02 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
YouTube denies changing its algorithms, after its most popular star threatens to delete his channel.
» YouTube's $1bn royalties are not enough, says music industry
07/12/16 10:43 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The music industry attacks YouTube after the site revealed it paid $1bn in royalties last year.
» Apple says iPhones safe despite China 'fires'
07/12/16 09:26 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Apple has blamed "external factors" for a handful of iPhone batteries overheating in China.
» Apple Music attracts 20 million subscribers in 18 months
07/12/16 06:25 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Apple Music says it will continue to pursue artist exclusives, as it tops 20 million paid subscribers for the first time.
» Trump: Softbank to invest $50bn in US businesses
07/12/16 01:06 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
President-elect Donald Trump says Japanese tech firm Softbank will invest $50bn in US businesses.
» Call for privacy probes over Cayla doll and i-Que toys
06/12/16 22:38 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The makers of two popular smart toys are accused of violating child data protection rules.
» Google data centres to be 100% renewable-powered by 2017
06/12/16 22:32 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Google reveals it is on track to offset 100% of data centre and office electricity use with renewable energy.
» Samsung triumphs over Apple in US Supreme Court patent row
06/12/16 17:14 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
US Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in patent dispute with Apple over iPhone design.
» You can now turn off Instagram comments (or will be able to very soon)
06/12/16 15:58 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Instagram updates its safety features to allow you to turn off comments for individual posts for the first time.
» 'Millions of Dailymotion account details taken'
06/12/16 13:58 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
More than 85 million accounts at video sharing site Dailymotion have been hacked, Leakedsource says.
» EU criticises tech firms for slow action on hate speech
06/12/16 12:43 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are falling short of a commitment to tackle hate speech quickly, suggests research.
» Facial scan app wants to get to know you
06/12/16 09:59 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Augmented reality app Blippar can now recognise the faces of 70,000 public figures.
» North Korea 'hacks South's military cyber command'
06/12/16 09:50 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
A South Korean military unit set up to prevent hacking appears to have been breached by the North.
» Facebook reportedly testing new tool to combat fake news
06/12/16 09:35 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Facebook users asked to rank whether a story ‘uses misleading language’, in an apparent attempt the solve the site’s problem with fake news Facebook appears to be testing a tool designed to help it identify and hide so called “fake news”...
» From Overwatch to Firewatch: the best video games of 2016 - chosen by developers
06/12/16 07:45 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
We asked 50 game makers what they thought was the best game of 2016. Here are their often surprising responses It may have been a difficult year for the wider world, but 2016 did at least see a lot of excellent video games, from the glos...
» Chatterbox: Tuesday
06/12/16 07:00 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
The place to talk about games and other things that matter It’s Tuesday. Continue reading...
» Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft team up to tackle extremist content
06/12/16 01:47 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
The tech companies plan to create a shared database of ‘unique digital fingerprints’ that can identify images and videos promoting terrorism Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have pledged to work together to identify and remove ext...
» Extremist images 'fingerprinted' by tech firms
05/12/16 23:08 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube link up to curb the spread of extremist images on the platforms.
» Chatbot sexism
05/12/16 23:00 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Why do so many artificially intelligent chatbots have female names and avatars?