Just when Google thought it was safe to enter the water to lay its giant internet cable between the US and Japan, it discovered it must contend with the ocean’s top predator
Authorities claim mass surveillance is a necessary evil in order to protect citizens, but sometimes they probe too far. Could the dark net be protecting us?
Swathe of new services shows a new ambitious strategy from Microsoft, but is it enough to win back old users?
Didier Deltort, General Manager of New Economy Award-winner GE Healthcare Monitoring Solutions, explains how pioneering initiatives are helping patients, caregivers and the community
Google and Fidelity Investments have pumped $1bn into spacecraft firm Space X, as the firm moves closer towards the vision of providing internet access via space satellites
Google has announced it is shelving its current version of Google Glass as the tech giant shifts its focus to Glass at Work – a wearable designed for use in business
Recording our history for future generations is easier than ever. However, digital data is far more vulnerable than physical artefacts
GoPro shares fell 12 percent following reports of Apple patenting a new wearable action camera, demonstrating the giant’s power to influence the market
Hugely successful French ride-sharing app looks to capitalise on mounting frustrations with unreliable and over-crowded public transport in the world’s tenth-largest economy
In the lead-up to his State of the Union address, Obama is looking to strengthen existing data protection laws
Smart home technology could transform the way we live. But in our efforts to improve home security, we could be sacrificing our personal security
Search engine titan Google felt the sting of a Firefox-Yahoo deal in December, with its share of the US market dropping to 75.2 percent
Xiaomi’s record sales and growing fan base makes an unprecedented impact on the smartphone industry