The Wayback Machine's new search makes it easier for us to see how the web used to look.
Despite countless drops and knocks, an Australian man was granted the chance to switch off Telstra's 2G mobile network.
The company is struggling to get traction with its action-cameras and new drone.
Steve Huffman, the chief executive of Reddit, knows he has some explaining to do.
Finally, my clunky ADSL connection with a 9Mbps download speed was being replaced.
It's like we've become jaded with real food and need shocking into paying attention.
HDR photography aims to produce images that are closer to what your eye sees.
A new type of battery could offer consumers days of phone life after only a few seconds' charging.
A new law gives authorities powers to look at the internet browsing records of everyone in the country.
OPINION: A lobby of baying voices continues claiming that mobile phone companies are the new Big Tobacco.
Just because there are no defined rules, doesn't mean you can't apply common social etiquette to Facebook.
The US government wants smartphone makers to lock out most apps when the phone is being used by someone driving a car.
Women are more likely than men to face "serious violations" online.
What if you deleted your social networking accounts – all of them – and never came back?
Using a fingerprint to unlock a gadget is convenient, but you need to be aware of the risks.
How to keep children safe while they learn, discover and interact.
Barbecues on Venice Beach to truffle hunting in Italy: Airbnb's new Trips app plans every part of your holiday.
The newest artificial intelligence system "dreams" about finding apples in a maze.
A sample swab from the surface of a phone can reveal how much beer you drink.
Avoid websites that end in "lo" and always read multiple sources to get a variety of viewpoints.
"Some of these ideas will work well, and some will not," founder Mark Zuckerberg admits.
Messaging apps are facing increased pressure from government authorities.
Some Android phones have software installed that tracks people's movements and sends their messages to China.
The most common cause of death by selfie was "falling off a building or mountain".
The co-founder of Reddit has returned after six years and is determined to get it growing again.
The hack against FriendFinder Networks could be one of the largest breaches on record.
No pair of headphones is inherently "good" or "bad" for your hearing - it all comes down to volume.
The country's ruling party wants to ban on the way social network users gain comic revenge on politicians.
A list of the the top five ways technology has changed in the past eight years.
Experts are cautioning against the rush to introduce drones into every aspect of human life.