Category: Tech News
Britain's spies should be allowed to continue harvesting internet data, the government's reviewer of terror laws has said in a review.
An 'unlimited' smartphone data deal that charges extra for premium services may be in breach of US net neutrality rules, campaigners say.
China's internet regulator demands stricter controls over the hugely popular practice of live streaming, as part of a range of new requirements for websites.
Media company Gawker says it will close its main news site next week, days after it was bought by Univision in a bankruptcy auction.
A $100m settlement between the taxi-hailing app Uber and some of its drivers is rejected by a US judge.
Online shoppers want fast websites and apps that are also visually rich and personalised, but how technically difficult is this to achieve?
A spyware company could face legal action after a US court ruled that it illegally intercepted an unwitting man's messages.
Twitter has suspended 235,000 accounts for violating its policies on the promotion of terrorism, the social network says.
Ride-sharing firm Uber will begin allowing users to hail a self-driving car in a US city later this month, it confirms.
Huge leaks of data from US organisations have been attributed by some to Russia, so has the former Soviet state launched cyberwar on the US elections?