Apple has officially announced the launch of a new, bigger tablet computer called the iPad Pro.
Friends Reunited, one of the original social networking sites, is to close.
Google is to invest 150 million euros (£107 million) over the next three years as part of an agreement with European news publishers which aims to support the journalism industry.
A customer who had camped out all week was the first to cross the threshold of a flagship Apple Store as the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus went on sale this morning.
Apple's British design chief introduced an overhaul of its iPhone and iPad operating system as he hailed a new beginning for the technology giant.
After years of questions Facebook has finally revealed it is working on an alternative to the "Like" button to allow people to express their feelings on serious posts.
Sony has revealed its hotly anticipated PlayStation 4 will cost £349, giving rivals Microsoft "a bloody nose" in the battle over their latest gaming consoles.
Microsoft has revealed that its new XBox One games console will carry an "expensive" price tag of over £400 when it is launched in November.
Child safety experts have warned that chat and messaging technology has “grown quicker than our ability to regulate”.
The European Court of Justice has said that Google and other search engines are not responsible when personal information appears on web pages they index, a defeat for the so-called "right to be forgotten" privacy principle under debate in Europe.