Latest Tech News

The O2 logo

Ofcom fines O2 for overcharging customers


Child abuse content on Facebook may have been missed due to technical issue


US distances itself from Trump attempts to ban WeChat

Surface Duo

Microsoft’s Surface Duo foldable phone to go on sale in UK from next week

Priti Patel and Dr Dilip Patel at the Byron Hall vaccination centre in north London

Tech giants have ‘social responsibility’ to stop anti-vax content, says Patel

A mother and children using a laptop

Life in lockdown: How to make homeschooling a little easier with technology

United Airlines counters in Terminal 1 at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago

Airline reveals plan to buy small electric air taxis to zip people to airports

The TikTok app on a smart phone

Biden backs off on TikTok ban in review of Trump China moves

Gangs Matrix database

The course of true love never did run without smooth internet – study

A thermoelectric power generator worn as a ring

Power to the people: Device turns the body into a battery

The logo of social networking site Facebook is displayed on a laptop

Facebook’s proposed move to end-to-end encryption ‘threat to child protection’

The Spotify App is shown in an Apple iPad mini

Musicians and songwriters are being ‘cheated’ by streaming – sector bosses

Romaine Sawyers, Lauren James, Reece James and Axel Tuanzebe

Instagram vows to remove accounts of people who send abusive direct messages

Screenshot of zoom call showing lawyer as a cat

‘Good laugh for the country’ – lawyer in Zoom cat video embraces internet fame

Third lockdown: A streaming site has been criticised for hosting conspiracy theory videos

Tech giants criticised over 'conspiracy theory' videos on Gaia streaming service

School cyber security survey

Online daters regularly ‘overshare and snoop on love interests’

Google launches curated news feed service in the UK

Google launches curated news feed service in the UK

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Turkish presidency/AP)

Turkey unveils space programme with the moon an early target