Facebook and other social media companies may have to turn off the “like” function for British children under proposed guidelines to ensure their safety online.
Disney has raised the curtain on a hotly anticipated video streaming service that is aiming to topple industry pioneer Netflix.
David Beckham “speaks” in nine different languages as he calls for an end to malaria in a voice petition.
Northern Lights author Sir Philip Pullman is leading calls for more action to tackle the growing issue of ebook piracy.
Ministers risk dragging Britons into a “draconian censorship regime” as they clamp down on social media, a former culture secretary has warned.
Researchers have developed a wearable device for racehorses – similar to fitness trackers used by humans – to provide real-time measures of vital signs.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation into Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox amid fears that their auto-renewal terms are unfairly hammering gamers.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new social media account has broken the record for the fastest time to gain one million followers on Instagram, Guinness World Records has said.
Tech companies have “only shifted superficially” in their approach to privacy since the start of the fake news inquiry, a committee chairman has said.
Technology which enables HSBC customers to access bank accounts using their voice as a password has prevented over £300 million falling into the hands of fraudsters since it launched in the UK.
Broadband providers have agreed to begin compensating customers automatically when things go wrong with their service.
Broadband and landline customers will get money back from their providers when things go wrong from Monday – without having to ask.
Chinese tech giant Huawei’s deputy chairman has defended the company’s commitment to security after a stinging British Government report added to Western pressure on the company.
The way copyright works online across the EU is to change after the European Parliament approved reforms designed to reflect the digital age.
MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU, in a decision designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.
Apple is entering the battle of the streaming services with the launch of Apple TV+ and will hope to take on dominant forces such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
A decision on whether to adopt copyright changes that would create a tighter grip over online content will be voted on by MEPs on Tuesday.
Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston have confirmed their new programme is called The Morning Show and that it will offer “an honest look at the complex relationships between women and men in the workplace”.
Apple has launched its long-rumoured TV streaming service at a star-studded event featuring the likes of Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey.
Apple has unveiled its own TV and movie streaming subscription service, joining juggernauts Netflix and Amazon Prime for a slice of the lucrative streaming business.
Apple has introduced new pastel-coloured Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases for the spring season.
Netflix has confirmed it is testing different prices in the UK for its video streaming service after users spotted price increases on some devices.
Google has been fined 1.49 billion euros (£1.27 billion) by the European Commission for alleged illegal practices in search advertising.
Netflix will not be part of Apple’s new video streaming service, boss Reed Hastings has told US media.
No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.
Addiction to social media should potentially be classed as a disease, MPs said as they called for tough new regulation to protect children from firms operating in an “online Wild West”.
Around 20 million “tap and go” payments took place every day last year – meaning more than one in three card transactions is now contactless, figures from trade association UK Finance show.
Google and Facebook’s stranglehold over the £14 billion digital advertising market will be examined by the UK competition watchdog amid concerns over the dominance of technology giants.
NatWest customers will be able to verify card payments using the touch of a finger in a trial taking place in the coming weeks.
Facebook has removed nearly 150 accounts which targeted UK politics with “co-ordinated inauthentic behaviour” by engaging in hate speech and spreading division across the spectrum of political debate.
To President Donald Trump, it was an awkward slip of the tongue. To Apple chief executive Tim Cook, it was an opportunity to poke some sly fun at a president who has often clashed with the tech industry.
The boss of broadcasting giant Sky has backed plans for a new crackdown on technology giants as he warned over the “dangerous dark side” of social media.