CityFibre considers appeal after judicial review comes down on the side of the Advertising Standards Authority
The proposed Copyright Directive was supported by 19 EU member states, including Germany and France
Black hole M87 is ejecting massive jets of high-energy particles thousands of light years into space
Data from NuSTAR and Chandra observatories was used to measure the X-ray brightness of M87's jet
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy's first commercial mission and successfully lands all three rocket boosters
The SpaceX rocket carried a telecoms satellite for Saudi Arabia-based firm Arabsat
One CubeSat emitted a laser flash that was recorded by the infrared camera on board another CubeSat
The image was captured using the virtual Event Horizon Telescope
Within a day of the solar wind hitting Jupiter, temperatures on the planet increase sharply
GCHQ's Dr Ian Levy: Huawei is 'engineering like it's back in the year 2000'
Event Horizon Telescope observations of Sagittarius A* and M87 will improve astronomers' understanding of blackholes
Online Harms White Paper intended to tackle "illegal and unacceptable content"
The satellite network will provide internet access to millions of people in communities across the world with poor or no internet access
In February, Samsung became the world's first smartphone maker to unveil a 5G phone. Now, it will have a network it can be used with
Astronomers use VLA to image doughnut-shaped torus surrounding the black hole at the core of Cygnus A galaxy
At the core of Cygnus A sits a black hole with 2.5 billion times greater mass than the Sun
NASA says the risk of debris colliding with the space station has increased in the 10 days following the test
Google+ was launched in 2011 but failed to attract a sizable or active user base compared to Facebook and Twitter
Storage breakthrough promised as scientists devise technique to arrange skyrmions in structures called 'skyrmion bags'
Skyrmions are believed to be the next generation of data storage/processing devices
One-in-six Virgin Media users left without internet access for hours or days at a time, claims Which?
NASA's Jim Bridenstine says the agency is considering SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket and ULA's Delta IV Heavy rocket for the Agency's Moon mission
Axions are thought to be one of the lightest particles in the universe - but scientists haven't found one yet...
Scientists had raised doubts about the discovery of a galaxy two years ago, dubbed NGC 1052-DF2, that appeared to contain no dark matter
Huawei has failed to fix long-standing potential security flaws, warns official body set-up to oversee company's UK operations
'Super-Jupiter' exoplanet 129 light years away examined up-close using new optical interferometry technique
Astronomers used GRAVITY instrument installed on European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope to study the massive exoplanet
South Korean researchers discovered 36 new flaws using a technique called 'fuzzing'
The experiment, known as 'Wigner's Friend', was first postulated in 1961 by the physicist Eugene Wigner