A cyber attack on Singapore’s public health system which breached records on 1.5 million people targeted the prime minister, officials said.
Microsoft revenue has increased 17% in the last year to more than 30 billion dollars, the technology firm revealed in its latest financial results.
Holidaymakers will be able to travel in luxury on the world’s longest aircraft, new designs show.
Google has been issued with a record fine of more than four billion euro by the European Commission competition authorities for abusing its market position through the Android mobile operating system.
UK subscriptions to streaming giants such as Netflix and Amazon have overtaken traditional pay TV subscriptions, such as Sky and Virgin, for the first time.
Queen guitarist Brian May is to help celebrate the work of a Victorian royal photographer.
Netflix shares fell 14% in extended trading on Monday, after the company reported slowing growth in subscriber numbers.
The UK has unveiled a model of its planned new RAF fighter jet.
A British expat who helped with the rescue of 12 schoolboys trapped in a cave in Thailand is considering legal action against billionaire Elon Musk for a tweet apparently labelling him a paedophile.
Some of Twitter’s most followed accounts have seen a big drop in followers after the social network removed millions of locked accounts.
Britain’s data watchdog intends to fine Facebook £500,000 for breaches of the Data Protection Act.
People seeking help with questions about tax credits renewals can now ask Amazon Alexa, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has said.
Football fans watching England’s World Cup quarter-final on the BBC iplayer were left fuming after the service went down minutes before the end of the game.
Entrepreneur Elon Musk has stepped in to help the young footballers trapped in a cave in Thailand.
MEPs have voted to reject a proposed overhaul of EU copyright law which had received the support of high-profile musicians and the creative industries, and condemnation from large online technology companies.
A lack of rigorous testing of skin cancer detection apps is endangering the public, experts have warned.
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has said the band’s upcoming film will feature unseen augmented reality elements not included on their most recent tour.
Samsung has said it is investigating after some users claimed their phones started sending photos to contacts without their permission.
Social networks need to “do a lot more” to spell out how they collect and share data to earn back trust following the Facebook scandal, the boss of fast-growing Strava has warned.
The BBC has announced a new property makeover show featuring virtual reality.
Parents and online gamers are being warned about the risk of fraudsters preying on people who play Fortnite.
Fans of Love Island have been given an unofficial gaming treat in the form of a replica of the famous villa on The Sims 4.
Culture Secretary Matt Hancock has said developing inclusive community projects that encourage young people into the creative industries is vital in ensuring that Brexit is a success.
Musician Akon is hoping to create a “real-life Wakanda” in his native Senegal, built around a new cryptocurrency named after himself.
Home owners making an initial mortgage search can now get “groundbreaking” help from Alexa, Amazon’s voice-controlled virtual assistant.
The developer of a school shooting video game condemned by parents of killed children has lost the ability to sell its products online after being dumped by PayPal.
Parts of the north and north-east have been revealed to be among the worst areas in Scotland for the uptake of electric cars.
Google is investing 550 million US dollars (£416 million) in Chinese e-commerce company JD.com, rival to Asian giant Alibaba.
While the Green in Aberdeen is home to charming shops and impressive street art, it is also the heartland of one of the murkiest periods in the city’s history.
Dixons Carphone has admitted a huge data breach involving 5.9 million payment cards and 1.2 million personal data records.
Dixons Carphone has become the latest British firm to fall victim to a cyber attack after revealing 5.9 million customer bank card details and 1.2 million personal data records were hacked.
Retailer Dixons Carphone has become the latest victim of a cyber attack after revealing 5.9 million customer bank card details and 1.2 million personal data records were hacked.