Apple has removed malicious apps after receiving its first large-scale attack from hackers.Read the full story ›
Engineering students from Queen's University Belfast have set a new Guinness World Record for the largest Meccano construction.Read the full story ›
The tech giant promised to match employee donations 2-to-1 as well as giving customers the option to donate via the App Store.Read the full story ›
Scientists believe they have moved a step closer to making objects disappear after creating an 'invisibility skin'.Read the full story ›
Apple users are reporting issues with downloading the new iOS 9 update for their iPads and iPhones.Read the full story ›
Facebook is working on a 'dislike' button, the company's co-founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg has announced.Read the full story ›
A man who flew drones near Buckingham Palace, as well as above Premier League football stadiums, such as Anfield, has been fined £1,800.Read the full story ›
Twitter suffered a short outage this evening with users across the UK and US unable to access the service from their Pcs.
Users reported that they could still access the social media service through Apps on their phone and Tweetdeck but were unable to get onto the Twitter website on their PCs.
Twitter later said: "From 11.22am to 12:16pm PST, users may have experienced issues accessing www.twitter.com.
"Other services including mobile were not affected. This issue has now been resolved. We are sorry for any inconvenience."
A software vulnerability could allow hackers to take control of millions of computers across the world, warned a security firm.Read the full story ›
Apple has unveiled a larger tablet, a voice-controlled TV box and new iPhones that detect how hard their screens are being pressed.Read the full story ›