It's too late for the Science & Technology Committee to examine the potential risk of big data because big data is already big business
Electronic Frontier Foundation announces new 'Do Not Track' policy for web browsing to boost privacy
EFF teams up with coalition of web firms in effort to enable web users to have more choice over who can track their browsing and data
Company paying bonuses of up to $4,000 in attempt to drive diversity
Michael Chertoff argues preventing criminals communicating is 'a pipe dream' and backdoors would just make ordinary users less secure
Ban military from weaponising artificial intelligence, urge Hawking, Wozniak, Musk and over a thousand tech experts
If the military develops AI weapons then it will only be a matter of time before they appear in the hands of terrorists, dictators and warlords, say experts
Going 'digital' is a popular mantra, but organisations see the scope of the digital leader differently, Sooraj Shah investigates
With artificial intelligence seemingly on the horizon, Computing takes a look at some of the most iconic supercomputers to come from television, film and video games
Moneypenny may draw comparisons with Siri and Cortana but has more in common with a host of other virtual assistant apps
Adobe Flash: Kill it with axes, burn the remains, load the ashes into a rocket, and blast it into the sun, says Facebook's new CSO (well, sort of)
'Our goal is to build AI systems that are better than humans at our primary senses' - Zuckerberg
Wi-Fi Sense feature shares Wi-Fi passwords with EVERYONE in your Outlook, Skype, Facebook and other contacts list
Status update: Cheerio Yahoo, I've found a new job at Facebook
Company admits it has been capturing audio - but only if a particular box has been ticked...
'Regulators have told us we have to offer an opt-in choice to people to do this,' says Facebook spokesperson
Social media giant dismisses case as 'theatrical actions' with 'no merit'
What sort of boss does the flagging microblogging site need next?
Documents detailing government desire to monitor social media come less than a week after Snowden slammed GCHQ for secretly trying to pass snooping legislation
Dan Osipov, data engineer at music app and media streaming service Shazam, explains why Facebook's Presto is quicker by design
There is rising concern about what Facebook et al do with our data, but sites like MeWe and Ello have their work cut out to provide an alternative vision
But it was a mistake and we didn't mean to...
IT pros are more likely to stay in their current job if they have a clear career path and can see an investment in the IT department, finds the IT Job Board
Facebook's Global Government Requests Report says requests for information about users rose during second half of 2014
Millions of users could be at risk from two vulnerabilities, but Facebook downplays significance
Consultancy declares that both centralised and localised healthcare technology projects are likely to fail, and advocates looking to the start-up community for inspiration