Our technologies and their ability to undo may have formed our expectations about how much it is actually reversible in real life. By Luciano Floridi
Social network wants multi-channel networks to bring their YouTube hits directly to its users. By Stuart Dredge
More than 250 requests have been made for user information in the first half of 2014, the company’s transparency report revealed. By Alex Hern
Facebook is at the vanguard of squeezing increased value from paid social media marketing – and other networks are following suit
Many social media marketers consider viral content to be an art rather than a science – but are they right?
Canon PIXMA printer compromised with vintage first-person shooter game during 44Con conference. By Tom Fox-Brewster
If the new Apple Pay system delivers on its promise, financial transactions will be revolutionised, writes John Naughton
Ex-governor who went missing with Argentinian ‘soul mate’ in 2009 seeks gagging order against estranged wife
Social network demands performers use their legal names but 6,800 sign petition, arguing policy can be harmful to certain groups
HBO’s on-demand service could soon float free of cable’s clutches. What, beyond Game of Thrones marathons for all, will this mean?
Company releases 1,500 documents from failed suit against NSA over user data requests and cooperation with Prism compliance
The site was the brainchild of John Prescott, who said the DfT's decision to close it down was a sign of 'Google-it government'
The next generation of high tech fashionistas realise that for fashion tech to thrive, it has to be about the fashion first
EU regulators are confronting the 'voluntary self-subjugation' of Europe to the dominance of Google, Amazon and Facebook
Tauriq Moosa: Comments are often regarded as a right but they can do more harm than good. In the absence of strict moderation, we’d be much better off without them