Google has teamed up with the Welsh government to teach businesses about websites.
Mobile phone coverage increases again with new technology developed for undersea rail trips.
Facebook will soon launch real-time analytics, allowing administrators to view live data for their Pages.
Apple has invited the press to an event on March 7, rumoured to be the unveiling of the new iPad 3.
Apple thinks British voice recognition smartphone app Evi may be too similar to Siri.
The leading newspaper admits that not all its articles are available via Google First Click Free.
Richard Branson finally has ownership of the domain name richardbranson.xxx after months of dispute.
The UK's first super-fast 4G network could launch this year, it has been revealed.
Rumours surface of new wearable Google device combining HUD and Android smartphone technology.
The UK government is thought to be preparing legislation to store phonecalls, emails and web visits.
Google has admitted bypassing Safari's security settings, but insists all data collection was anonymous.
Facebook is set to verify celebrity accounts, a feature already available on Twitter and Google+.
Mobile networks need to brace themselves for a 'tsunami' of data traffic, according to a senior industry figure.
Proview Technology seeks block on import and export of Apple device.
Google Wallet has disabled the setup of new prepaid payment cards until a flaw is fixed.
Reports suggest that Google is nearly ready to introduce its own cloud storage solution.
LinkedIn has announced its fourth quarter results which show an increase in revenue, share profit and memberships.
The self-styled computational knowledge engine Wolfram|Alpha has rolled out a subscription-only service.
Small changes in UK search engine market share see Google losing out.
Quality search results are once again under the microscope as Google reveals changes.
Businesses are advised to consider flexible working to avoid internet overload during the Olympics.
Google has unveiled its Bouncer - a new security service for the Android Market.
The Facebook IPO will allow members of the public to buy shares in the social network.
TripAdvisor has been told to remove 'misleading' and 'unsubstantiated' claims on its website.
A UK parliamentary committee has demanded answers from Google about illegal content.
Research has revealed that images and reviews are vital to mobile internet success.
Google+ is now available to teens and comes with new safety features due to this altered age restriction.
The tablet market is in a state of flux, according to new figures, with Google gaining rapidly on Apple.
Company reports record sales and profits in Q1 despite losing founder.