Result puts Britain in bottom third of EU countries and below Madagascar
Social network categorises users based on inferred interests such as Islam or homosexuality
Google partially rolls back feature that removes loud and unwanted videos after complaints from users and developers
Websites are desperately trying to maintain their links to users before the 24 May deadline, when consumers rather than companies will be in charge of personal data
Celia’s working day was almost ruined after she was caught out by an enforced update. Can she stop it happening again?
Original audio clip comes from vocabulary.com and features voice repeating one word – but which one do you hear?
The Chinese smartphone maker has hit a home run with this top-end smartphone that’s on a par with the best
Company reportedly told employees it ‘caught 29 leakers’ last year and 12 were arrested, according to memo obtained by Bloomberg
The cloud storage company set the pricing well below the $10bn valuation when the company had raised private capital in 2014
Local residents are hitting back at their new robot neighbors – literally – as reports detail assaults on driverless cars
Tech firm is first to offer calls to UK mobile and landline numbers without charge, as battle for the home intensifies
DoD’s Project Maven uses tech firm’s TensorFlow artificial intelligence systems, prompting debate both inside and outside company
The company acknowledged the issue after some reported their devices had developed an unsettling new skill
Defence department spend continues despite claims treatment of Rohingya bears ‘hallmarks of a genocide’
Firm says shift to more connected and ‘concierge-like’ experience needed to combat smartphone-obsessed society
As harassment and misinformation remain rampant, CEO Jack Dorsey asks for ‘help’ with platform’s health
Music service will soon have its IPO and investors think it can be as big as Netflix. Are they right?
Exclusive: transit app firm says new service has stops like a bus, is bookable like a cab and runs on a network like a tube train
Is a 1-litre engine enough? The new compact crossover from Seat proves you can pack a punch no matter your size
Company’s new flagships expected to continue full-screen, curved glass design of S8, with a dual camera for the S9+