Applications are stuck in limbo as the deadline for valuable broadband vouchers looms.
Times are flush for young tech companies like Stripe and Coinbase, which are having a moment as they upend the financial establishment.
Former Wales striker Rob Earnshaw says deleting the social media accounts of abusers must also go hand in hand with educating them.
The outcome of a vote at a warehouse in Alabama could have far-ranging implications for both the company and the labor movement.
Charities are turning to technology to help them attract more volunteers.
Two Weta Digital experts explain how they updated the characters’ look.
Google presents itself to independent sellers as cheaper and less restrictive. But it is not clear whether it can change people’s habits of going straight to Amazon.
Technology firms have been warned to consider the impact of such apps on vulnerable people.
Bidders say they had many different motivations, including fun, self-promotion and signaling support for the NFT market.
The prank video star has apologised for his involvement in an allegation of sexual assault.
Twelve people who spread the majority of vaccine disinformation should be removed, US lawmaker says.
Washington lawmakers, lobbyists and other parties have been vying to influence how the Bureau of Industry and Security, under the Biden administration, will approach a technology relationship with China.
People are buying digital items like a tweet and a meme for bonkers amounts of money. Let’s take a step back.
The money-losing office space firm plans to merge with a blank-check company backed by big Wall Street investors.
A website that matches chipped cats and dogs to their owners has lost customer data.
“Exceptional” visitor numbers are expected at Bournemouth beach this summer, a council says.
Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
With techniques honed in China, a new breed of company offers expensive loans to people devastated by the pandemic. If they can’t repay, family and friends hear all about it.
Software developers are in high demand and well paid, but how do you break into the industry?
The leaders of Google, Facebook and Twitter faced sharp questions about misinformation’s role in the attack and the mental health of children who use their products.
A digital collectible based on a column in The New York Times sold at auction on Wednesday, with proceeds going to the Neediest Cases Fund.