Facebook has today improved users' ability to see what information the company is holding about them - but hasn't gone far enough, according to privacy campaigners.
Google has tweaked its Google+ social network, claiming it's now more functional and flexible - but has riled developers by failing to give them any warning.
With interest in the sinking of the Titanic reaching, well, titanic proportions, genealogy site Ancestry.com has released thousands of records online relating to the passengers and crew.
Unmanned Navy aircraft will soon be able to distinguish small pirate boats from other vessels, says the Office of Naval Research (ONR).
Google's being accused of doing too little to prevent ads from human traffickers from appearing on its sites.
An app that allowed men to stalk women in their vicinity has been pulled from the iTunes store - although its developer says it can't see what all the fuss is about.
After three-months of alpha testing, BlueStacks has rolled out the official beta version of its Android App Player.
A University of Buffalo researcher says she's developed a lie detector based on human eye movements that's more accurate than expert human interrogators.
A report from British watchdog Internet Watch Foundation says that pedophiles are successfully disguising websites to hide their illegal content.
LucidLogix has rolled out a utility dubbed "DynamiX" which allows
certain high-performance games to be played on mainstream, low-end laptops and Ultrabooks equipped with only an integrated GPU.
Some people ignore the very existence of their spam folder; others, though, have a check-through every now and again to see if they've missed anything vital.
Free mobile apps using third party services to display ads are draining users' batteries, researchers from Purdue University and Microsoft say.
Redmond has revamped it flagship Internet Explorer (IE) 10 browser to match the style and feel of Windows 8 Metro - a slick UI targeted at tablets and other mobile devices.
Google's believed to be on the point of transforming the way it delivers search results, taking a leaf out of rivals' books and providing answers rather than links.
Microsoft has revealed that it believes OnLive's virtual Windows desktop for Apple iPads and Android devices is in breach of licensing terms.
The Max Planck researchers say their two new approaches, revealed today at Cebit, not only significantly shorten two important steps of the creation process, but also considerably simplify them.
Your friends' tweets may be giving away more information about you than you realise, say sneaky computer scientists at the University of Rochester.
Google's merged Android Market, Google Music and Google eBookstore to create Google Play, a new cloud-based service that works in much the same way as Apple's iTunes store.
New teaching software responds to pupils' emotional states and is so effective it out-performs novice human teachers.
Today's teenagers could suffer all their lives from the effects of their 'hyperconnected' lifestyles, say a panel of experts surveyed by the Pew Internet & American Life Project.