If the Heartbleed security threat teaches us anything, it's that passwords don't offer total protection.
If you're a cranky language bully like me, it figuratively bugs the hell out of you; people using the word 'literally' wrongly.
Trips down memory lane are now available on Google's digital maps.
Wunderkind often described as Russia's Mark Zuckerberg has fled the country in fear of cronies of President Vladimir Putin.
No mention of Game of Thrones, one of the most pirated shows in history, in online streaming deal.
Trade Me says the proportion of its visitors using Windows XP computers has dipped below 10 per cent for the first time.
New York police didn't quite get the response they were hoping for after asking users to post photos of themselves with officers as part of a PR campaign.
Party launches website for feedback and suggestions on its Internet Freedom and Rights Bill.
Online music hub has seen a nearly 50 per cent increase in the number of videos streamed each month from its platform.
Two-day conference in Sao Paulo to discuss cyber security and how to safeguard privacy and freedom of expression.
Brazil Senate unanimously approves groundbreaking legislation guaranting equal access to the internet.
Debates are raging about whether big data still holds the promise that was expected or whether it was just a big bust.
Tuanz disappointed Telecom hasn’t provided more information about how its new uncapped broadband plans will be managed.
Microsoft's virtual assistant Cortana is already a force to contend with. But can she beat Apple's Siri in our head-to-head battle?
Smartphone app developers say they need to use creative pricing to keep up with evolving technology.
In the age of the "post-sex selfie" nothing on social media is off limits.
Non-profit organisation quietly provided strategic support for the US government's secret "Cuban Twitter" programme.
Launched in 2013 with US$100m from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, nonprofit's goal was to give educators a tool to personalise lessons.
Turkish PM applies to constitutional court to challenge the alleged violation of his and his family's rights by social media.
Former employees of the Mt Gox bitcoin exchange say Mark Karpeles had a tight grip over the company.