• By BBC   -   Feb 16, 2020

    TESLA: GERMAN COURT HALTS WORK ON NEW 'GIGAFACTORY'

    Environmentalists win a temporary injunction against forest clearance for a new "Gigafactory".

  • By BBC   -   Feb 16, 2020

    WHY THE WORLD NEEDS 'INSTAGRANS'

    A new generation of influencers are making their mark on social media.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 16, 2020

    MARK ZUCKERBERG: FACEBOOK BOSS URGES TIGHTER REGULATION

    Mark Zuckerberg says social media firms should not decide what counts as legitimate free speech.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Feb 15, 2020

    THE FAKE 'KITCHEN HACKS' WITH BILLIONS OF VIEWS

    Kitchen hacks and baking videos are hugely popular on YouTube - but do all the tips actually work?

  • By BBC   -   Feb 15, 2020

    NEW TWITTER FILTER DELETES NAKED PICTURES FROM MESSAGES

    The developers said they were in talks to expand the filter to other social media platforms.

    Twitter
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    FACEBOOK SAY INFLUENCER MEMES ARE NOT POLITICAL ADS

    The social media giant said memes paid for by political campaigns should be labelled as branded content.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    HUAWEI LABELS US CALL INTERCEPT CLAIMS AS 'UTTER NONSENSE'

    A newspaper claimed the tech giant could intercept phone calls - something it says is impossible.

    Tech, Phone
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    REDCAR CYBER-ATTACK: COUNCIL USING PEN AND PAPER

    More than 135,000 UK residents left without online public services after hackers take out computers

  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    FORTNITE BOSS SAYS GAME LOOT BOXES 'CAUSE HARM'

    Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says the industry is putting profits over players.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    FACEBOOK REMOVES 'FOREIGN INTERFERENCE' OPERATIONS FROM IRAN AND RUSSIA

    The Russian operation focused on Ukraine and the Iranian network posted about the US 2020 presidential election.

    Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    HUAWEI: US ISSUES NEW CHARGES OF RACKETEERING AND THEFT

    US prosecutors have added racketeering and theft to a list of charges against the embattled telecoms company.

    Telecom
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD VICTIM 'DID NOT KNOW RISKS', WIFE SAYS

    Annabel Visser said her husband Bradley had not known the laws around using electric skateboards.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    FACEBOOK BOSS 'HAPPY TO PAY MORE TAX IN EUROPE'

    Mark Zuckerberg says he understands the "frustration about how tech companies are taxed in Europe".

    Tech, Facebook
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    CONSUMER CONTRACT CHANGES 'COULD SAVE CUSTOMERS MONEY'

    Internet, pay-TV and phone customers will now be offered the best deals when their contracts end.

    Phone
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    WOULD YOU TRUST A VET TO DIAGNOSE YOUR PET BY VIDEO?

    New video services allow pet owners to get expert advice 24/7, but they still have limitations.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    GOOGLE ORDERED TO REVEAL AUTHOR OF AUSTRALIAN DENTIST'S BAD REVIEW

    The Australian court ruling forces the US firm to hand over details about the anonymous poster.

    Google
  • By BBC   -   Feb 14, 2020

    AMAZON WINS INJUNCTION IN US 'JEDI' CONTRACT FIGHT

    A US judge hits pause on the US government contract after a challenge from Amazon.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 13, 2020

    WHO SAYS FAKE CORONAVIRUS CLAIMS CAUSING 'INFODEMIC'

    A representative from the World Health Organization wants tech firms to fight fake news on coronavirus.

    Tech
  • By BBC   -   Feb 13, 2020

    MWC PHONE SHOW CANCELLATION A 'NIGHTMARE' FOR FIRMS

    One business owner says Mobile World Congress was "much more than a trade show".

    Phone, Mobile
  • By BBC   -   Feb 13, 2020

    CHINA'S PHONE INDUSTRY URGED TO 'GET BACK TO WORK'

    Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun urges action as analysts predict a 10% fall in global shipments in the wake of Covid-19.

    Phone