Nobody - and I mean nobody - still says they surf the internet
A phone that rotates like a cat midair to avoid landing on its glass face might not hit the shelves soon but it's in Apple's patent portfolio.
Sky Television looks likely to delay the launch on its Neon internet television service once again.
Microsoft head of research says machines which achieve a human-like consciousness will not pose a threat to mankind.
Facebook's business has boomed thanks to its mobile ads for smartphones and tablets, but costs are also rising.
Political motivation is now the number one reason for knocking services offline, report says.
Snapper is forecasting commuters will in future pay for public transport using contactless bank cards.
Company admits the hour-long block in access, which also hit other major internet sites, was due to an internal fault and not an outside attack.
Hackers claim they crashed social media sites, including Facebook and Instagram.
WikiLeaks has criticised Google alleging that the company waited 2-1/2 years to notify members that it had turned over their emails to the US government.
PC maker's quarterly profit slips to US$5.9 billion on strong US dollar and weak software sales.
New California centre focused on connectivity, mobility, autonomy.
Vodafone looks set to offer Sky Television’s Neon internet television service for free for six months with its uncapped broadband plans.
Moves and shakers in Davos have been warned of the terrifying possibilities of modern cyber terrorism.
Auckland cloud-software firm VMob has scored a global deal with McDonald’s.
Noxious online comments can trigger flight-or-fight reflexes - and often, one's instinct is to fight.
China cracks down on one of the few avenues its citizens and foreigners have to accessing the full internet.
Google chairman predicts the internet will soon be so ubiquitous it will "disappear" into the background.
OPINION: Trying to predict the future is always fun, but it will probably be defined by technologies we can't even imagine..
US President Barack Obama wants to support a secure, free and open internet, but the Republican-controlled Congress may thwart him.
The new roof that spans Margaret Court arena does more than keep out the weather.
OPINION: Microsoft had been slow to adapt to a new economic landscape but its latest move signals it can change.
The founder of the popular, if at times notorious, online message board 4chan announces his retirement as site's admin.
Forget the State of the Union: President Barack Obama has far more pressing media appearances this week.
In a bid to keep its customers, Microsoft will give away its upcoming Windows 10 operating system as a free upgrade to some users.
Microsoft has unveiled the first details of its Windows 10 operating system, which it says will span multiple devices.
Within an hour of being asked, Microsoft turned over data linked to the Charlie Hebdo probe to the FBI.
Facebook says its clamping down on "hoaxes" and fake news stories that can spread like wildfire among its 1.35bn members.
Company seeks a slice of the big data market via start-up that already has runs on the board.
German researchers have injected artificial intelligence into Nintendo's Mario so he can develop a personality and behaviour of his own.