A slew of digital detritus was swept away in the last dot-com crash in 2000. What tech companies could struggle, or even go under, in the next one?
Social network keen to restate its anti-surveillance stance
Email has had more than its share of critics over the years, but if it's so bad, why is it still a core application for just about every business? Stuart Sumner explores the pros and cons and asks if email is set to be replaced in the near future
Hannah Fry interview: 'Raspberry Pi and BBC micro:bit can be very helpful in boosting enthusiasm for maths'
Once you see things through numbers, all of human behaviour is open to your discovery, says maths educator
CEO Jack Dorsey renews efforts to tart-up Twitter for sale
Firm follows Google and Disney in rejecting bid for social site
Likely service disruption, according to downrightnow.com
Salesforce rumoured to be the only interested party left in the room
Entertainment firm may use sports network (and the force) to increase social network's weak revenue
Founder and CEO Jack Dorsey effectively puts Twitter up for sale - and the shareholders approve
Daily suspensions are up over 80 per cent since last year, firm claims
Brands as hopelessly tarnished as TalkTalk's ought to be more careful when marketing over mediums like Twitter
British company to join Madbits and Whetlab in Twitter's machine learning paddock
Magic Pony specialises in image recognition
Two ailing internet companies getting together. What could possibly go wrong?
Couldn't they just increase the character limit to 160 or 180?
Tim Berners-Lee slams Twitter's 'negativity and bullying'; suggests new 'constructive' social networks now required
'We have responsibility to think how to build systems… to produce constructive criticism and harmony' says World Wide Web founder
Service up and down since early this morning in the UK
UK government plans to weaken encryption 'threatens way of life, privacy and economic stability', warns Apple
'Strong encryption is vital to protecting innocent people from malicious actors,' Apple says in evidence released by Investigatory Powers Bill Joint Committee
East Kent NHS Trust and Peterborough Council spearhead technology transformation in the care sector
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'
AWS noted issues with its NoSQL database DynamoDB, as well as app monitoring system CloudWatch as it suffers yet another outage
MI5 chief says Twitter, Facebook, should be monitoring users and notifying authorities about suspects
Andrew Parker says social media firms can help to tackle crime and prevent terrorists from 'going dark'