Academics say half of US jobs could be automated within a decade or two
A long-running battle between rival charities promoting the legacy of Britain’s wartime code breakers has degenerated into a bitter dispute which has seen an elderly tour guide sacked and calls for a boycott of Bletchley Park.
National Audit Office says BBC Executive failed to assess system to see whether it was 'technically sound'
Metadata from iPhone and Android apps can leak data about the phone's model, age of users, gender and location
Samsung has posted its first fall in quarterly profits for more than two years, fuelling fears that the booming smartphone market may be reaching saturation.
'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'
The immoral use of fake online job ads by some agencies luring graduates into handing over their CVs is becoming more common
Teenagers today live their lives online as much as offline
The record-breaking connection was established between BT Tower (above) and an internet research campus in Suffolk
The abrupt end to the popular remote access service has annoyed users
I can put on Marvin Gaye without the help of a search engine attached to my head thank you very much
The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
BT has recently cemented its position as the number one broadband provider, leaving rivals worried about their future
A £100,000 painting has been stolen from the home of an 89-year-old woman who was fooled by a fraud scam, Scotland Yard said.
Rules that grant stopped motorists seven days to present their driving licence at a police station will be swept away under plans to issue officers with hand-held machines that will instantly call up licences.
The Linux-based operating system is state-approved, with China hoping that it can oust iOS and Android from the nation's handsets