Alexa, Amazon’s voice-based virtual assistant, is celebrating her fourth birthday on Tuesday and to mark the occasion singer Michael Buble has recorded a song.
Facebook data at the academic centre linked to the Cambridge Analytica scandal was accessed from web addresses connected to previous cyber attacks and Russian locations, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has kicked off a Reinvented Toilet Expo in China by using a jar of human faeces as a sidekick.
Microsoft’s chief executive has urged tech companies and world leaders to use technology to protect the most vulnerable in society.
An investigation has found that a failed Russian rocket launch three weeks ago that aborted after just two minutes was cause by a sensor that was damaged during assembly, an official has said.
Sir David Attenborough’s latest wildlife series Dynasties will be available in ultra HD on BBC iPlayer after it is shown on BBC One.
Facebook has faced renewed criticism over political advertising on the platform after journalists easily undermined new transparency initiatives to pose as politicians and a banned organisation.
British and Canadian politicians have joined forces in calling on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to explain “failures of process” regarding the spread of propaganda on the social network.
Apple has redesigned its iPad Pro, removing the home button and introducing an all-screen front on the tablet for the first time.
Aberdeen will be at the forefront of what has been described as a new “broadband revolution” next month.
Online tech giants such as Amazon and Google will be slapped with a new digital services tax as part of a package of measures meant to ease the burden on the beleaguered high street.
EasyJet is “moving fast” in developing electric planes it can fly on short-haul routes, the airline’s boss has said.
North-east architecture students are jetting off to Japan for the final of an international competition to design the future of office space.
Yahoo has agreed to pay 50 million US dollars (£38.4 million) in damages and provide two years of free credit-monitoring services to 200 million people whose email addresses and other personal information were stolen as part of the biggest security breach in history.
Tech giant Apple has been named the best company to work for in the UK, with staff praising an “enjoyable” work culture, good rates of pay and free or discounted goods.
Addison Lee has unveiled plans to launch self-driving taxis in London by 2021 as it joins the autonomous vehicle road race.
Electric car maker Tesla says it has secured land in Shanghai for its first factory outside the US, pushing ahead despite mounting US-Chinese trade tensions.
Police could start using fitness tracker-style devices to monitor suspects’ vital signs while in custody.
It is now possible to check in automatically at Shanghai’s Hongqiao airport using facial recognition technology.
Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates before becoming a billionaire philanthropist, has died aged 65.
British travellers heading to the European Union could be blocked from using their Netflix and Spotify accounts under a no-deal Brexit, technical papers have warned.
An “online sales tax” is not among Government plans to tackle the dominance of tech giants like Amazon and Facebook, Philip Hammond has said.
Young people are increasingly being targeted by criminals online, with identity fraud among under-21s surging by nearly a quarter, researchers have warned.
Facebook’s UK tax bill has been branded “outrageous” after accounts revealed it had to pay just £7.4 million.
The Japanese online retail tycoon who plans to travel to the moon on the SpaceX rocket says he respects and trusts Elon Musk as a fellow entrepreneur, despite his recent troubles.
Google is shutting its underwhelming Plus social network for regular users, following the disclosure of a flaw discovered in March that exposed personal information of up to 500,000 people.
Human innovation has breached a brave new frontier after a student turned a tin of mints into a working, portable Nintendo Wii.
Apple, Google and Amazon are the three most valuable global brands in a top 100 list that includes British names Jaguar Land Rover, Mini and Burberry.
Electronic devices across the United States sounded off as the Federal Emergency Management Agency conducted its first-ever national wireless emergency alert test.
Sir Richard Branson has welcomed the first commercial flight powered partly by a new form of biofuel converted from alcohol.
Instagram users were unable to access the social media platform due to an apparent technical fault.
This Morning has launched a new mobile app to mark the 30th anniversary of the show’s launch.