Nokia employs 16,000 people in Finland Mobile phone giant Nokia has publicly denied claims that it could transfer its headquarters out of Finland if the country's laws on electronic surveillance are...
ToTok boomed in popularity in the United Arab Emirates - after the government had banned all other messaging apps
New rules from Ofcom require broadband, mobile phone and pay TV providers to notify residential and business customers when their deals are drawing to a close
Chinese researchers smash the record for realising two entangled quantum memories at maximum distance
Quantum entanglement can be used to create encrypted communications channels that are secured against hacking
Some US users have been locked out for two weeks.
Government support for online regulation will encompass at least five per cent of UK businesses