The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
A challenge to the 2010 Order by ISP Verizon will allow ISPs to create a 'two tier' system which charges more for high-bandwidth activities online
Open all hours? GTA Online is to briefly shut up shop
Virginia judge decided that Joe Hadeed had produced enough evidence that negative reviews of his carpet cleaning business could be fake
An alternate game world dubbed the 'cheater's pool' has been created for infringing players, but stats show that cheaters have accumulated trillions in in-game currency
Seasonal bargains enticed a greater number of Americans over the Thanksgiving weekend, with more people shopping compared to last year, but heavy discounting meant that retailers raked in less money over the period.
University of Guelph confirms man suffered severe but non-life threatening burns
Study calls for better education for both children and parents on the issue
Miley Cyrus's twerking focuses national outrage on the sexualised and racist nature of what under-18s get to see
The Shakers are without a win in their last six games
Game developers offer cash compensation for problems with online play
As activist and art collector Daniel Loeb invests in the auction house, Nikhil Kumar looks at what might be in store for the venerable firm
New survey shows how social media has allowed parents to share pictures with loved ones on the other side of the world, as well as brag to their friends.
There is a common misapprehension that single people are desperate to be outed in public so they can quickly pair off
When Dame Barbara Cartland died in 2000, aged 98, her publishers estimated that she’d published 723 historical-romantic novels. The news that she sold 750 million copies of her books is sometimes greeted with scepticism by British readers who have never seen a single copy on sale in any bookshop; but her fame was undoubtedly global.