Hundreds of millions of hacked usernames from providers including Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo are being shared online, according to an expert.Read the full story ›
Tech-giant given access to as many as 1.6 million UK patient files as part of a data-sharing agreement with the NHS, according to claims.Read the full story ›
Three BT broadband adverts have been banned because of misleading claims about its quality compared with Virgin Media and Sky.Read the full story ›
iPhone users are being targeted by a new scam asking customers for their personal details.Read the full story ›
Phone charges in the European Union will drop by about 75 per cent from today as part of an interim cap ahead of a full ban next year.Read the full story ›
EU mobile roaming charges are being capped on Saturday. Here are some top tips to keep your bill down until they are scrapped completely.Read the full story ›
A solar-powered aeroplane has landed in the US after crossing the Pacific Ocean - having flown for three days without any fuel.Read the full story ›
The messaging app has been accused of reducing the musician to his association with weed and also of encouraging "blacking up".Read the full story ›
US tech giant Intel has announced plans to cut up to 12,000 jobs as part of a restructuring drive.
The California-based company's move to reduce its dependence on the slumping personal computer market will eliminate about 11% of its workforce by the middle of 2017.
Intel said in a statement that the restructuring aims to "accelerate evolution from a PC company to one that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices".
Vetted white-hat hackers invited to 'hack the Pentagon' as first government bug bounty programme gets under way.Read the full story ›