More than a quarter of city state's population illegally copied by hackers 'looking for embarrassing information about prime minister'
The fault lies with the BBC, according to a Virgin Media executive, who calls the broadcaster 'a linear dinosaur in an on-demand modern world'
Multi-coloured 'stars' will launch from satellites and burn brightly through the atmosphere
Websites with links offering free ways to watch Stage 13 of the Tour de France from Bourg d’Oisans to Valence may be risky
Google controls the duck.com web address, meaning users searching for its rival DuckDuckGo are diverted back to Google
Bitcoin fell to its lowest price of 2018 in June, having experienced its worst start to a year since the cryptocurrency was founded, however it is showing signs of recovery.
'I told you so!'
The 'Lux' smart speaker will feature high-end speakers and a feature called sound shifting
World's richest man now has his most successful ever rocket
Mark Zuckerberg has defended the rights of Holocaust deniers to stay on Facebook – because they are being genuine.
Scientists have found 12 new moons orbiting around Jupiter, in a breakthrough discovery about our mysterious neighbour.
Emojipedia’s Jeremy Burge is the world’s pre-eminent emoji specialist – and it’s a more serious job than you might think
The company also turned its most senior management into animated characters
Abusing Muslims is banned – but abusing Muslim immigrants could be allowed on the service
There are a wide variety of dogs to meet – but none of them make up for missing out on shopping for sales and offers
'The expectation was that we'd have 50 years to plan for it. We don't have 50 years'