Software geniuses at Apple have come up with a super new innovative feature which will make sure that its iMessaging service will be a game changer.
Many iPhone and iPad users had a more peaceful New Year's Day than they expected yesterday, with iOS's Do Not Disturb feature failing to turn itself off when it should.
Google appears to have something against people with December birthdays, omitting the month from the feature which allows users to add birthdays and anniversaries to their contacts list.
Facebook has denied reports that users' private messages from several years ago have been appearing on their public timeline.
Apple says it's fixed a bug that's been causing some apps downloaded from its store to crash as soon as they're launched.
Almost a quarter of apps that contain Android's explicit power control APIs, or wakelocks, may have major battery-draining bugs.
TomTom's apologized for a leap year bug that's caused some of its satnav systems to malfunction.
Websites across Europe and North America went down yesterday, apparently thanks to a problem with Juniper routers.
Australian security outfit Pure Hacking says it's discovered a zero-day bug in Skype that allows hackers to gain control of Mac OS X machines by sending an instant message.
Hotmail users are gradually regaining access to their inboxes after a bug left many staring at a blank page.
We're always being told that people don't get enough sleep nowadays, and Apple seems determined to do its bit to put things right.
Adobe has confirmed that malicious hackers are exploiting an unpatched bug affecting its Acrobat and Reader PDF software.
Facebook has reportedly fixed a critical security flaw that briefly allowed users to view the live chats of their friends and see pending friend requests.
Sony has asked PS3 owners to keep their consoles off until an enigmatic bug plaguing the system's clock functionality is fixed.