European Commission claims that Broadcom is abusing its market dominance to lock-out potential rivals
Browser-based tools avoid fragmentation and are fast to distribute, but struggle to alert users to notifications
'The greatest mistake ever is whatever mismanagement I engaged in that caused Microsoft not to be what Android is' - Gates
Uranus has 13 rings, grouped into two sets
Spanish football league used popular mobile app for fans to identify bars illegally televising matches
The fees relate to networking gears, wireline infrastructure, internet of things and other products
MI5 also accused of not telling judges about failing to delete bulk surveillance data
Companies that comply with the US sanctions against Huawei could face 'dire consequences', warn Chinese officials
BeiTaPlugin adware in more than 200 apps in the Google Play Store effectively bricked smartphones
Any advance on £563m?
Images published online can be ripped off in seconds. So what can organisations do to protect their intellectual property, asks SmartFrame's Patrick Krupa
EE switches on the first sections of its 5G network in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester
Hawking Radiation theory postulates that black holes must emit radiation from their surfaces due to a mix of factors related to gravity and quantum physics
Nation state actors 'have demonstrated intent and capability to leverage VPN services… for malicious purposes'
Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act 2019 declares Huawei guilty without trial, the company claims
Roscosmos plans to build a new "Super Heavy" booster able to carry 27 metric tons to lunar polar orbit
Backbytes: If social media firms can see inside black holes they can create cast-iron age verification, claims Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield
Who on Earth would drive a Facebook driverless car?
FedEx claims that the packages were diverted 'in error'
US companies can continue doing business with Huawei until 19th August
Breaking up Facebook would entail years of legal wrangling, Vestager warns
Existing Huawei smartphone users will still get app and security updates, says Google
Huawei blasts report questioning its security as Dutch authorities open investigation into espionage claims
Huawei supplies surveillance technology to China's government in Xinjiang, where one million people are interned for 're-education'
Peter Cochrane: AI, autonomous connectivity and machine-to-machine communications is the future of mobile - not folding screens
Smartphone makers may be obsessed with gimmicks, but it is AI and machine-to-machine communications that will drive the next tech revolution, argues Professor Peter Cochrane
Privacy International wins Supreme Court battle with Investigatory Powers Tribunal over judicial review
Privacy International wins its five-year legal battle with the Investigatory Powers Tribunal