Scanning veins in the hand could become the biometric measure of choice.
If you already have a Windows Phone or are thinking of getting one, 8.1's new features should please you.
Mark Karpeles says he will not travel to the US to answer questions about the Japanese bitcoin exchange's bankruptcy case
Final defendants plead guilty over roles in alleged schemes to traffic in pirated Android applications.
Attempt to dismiss lawsuits accusing Apple of conspiring to fix e-book prices lost.
Deal brings Vevo's music videos, live concert events and other original music programming to Yahoo's video channel.
Company says Gnip deal allows it to burrow more deeply into the 500 million tweets sent daily on its network.
Kiwi software co-operative crowdfunds US$100,000 to develop a new version of its e-democracy software.
Microblog will close some accounts in Turkey but will not - at least for for now - set up an office there as the govt wants.
Website allows members to post their own news more quickly and easily.
Jeff Bezos reportedly sent an email to his staff with the subject line “please do not take up this offer”.
Voyager says about 150 of the 25,000 websites it hosts remain vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has opposed an extension to the freezing orders on his fortune while he awaits his extradition hearing.
Some smartphone owners should soon to be able to log on to Westpac’s internet banking service using only their fingerprint.
Game of Thrones spoilers don't come much worse than Mashable's flub. Warning: spoilers.
With the new Cortana virtual assistant, Windows catches up with Apple's iOS and Google's Android in a major way.
Search giant informs users that their incoming and outgoing emails are automatically analysed to create targeted ads.
Prominent bitcoin entrepreneur indicted in New York on charges of funnelling cash to the illicit online marketplace Silk Road.
Social network reportedly close to obtaining approval for a service allowing users to store money on Facebook.
A new sci-fi novel explores the ramifications of outsourcing our language to our devices.