Credit card company Mastercard has showcased technologies such as augmented reality as part of its work on the future of shopping and payments.
Apple has released previews of a number of new emoji due to be rolled out later this year – including a range of disability-themed designs – to mark World Emoji Day.
Mars could be made habitable by the creation of small islands that mimic the Earth’s greenhouse effect, according to new research.
Every pupil starting at a new Tayside school in August will be given a free Apple iPad.
Instagram has unveiled an anti-bullying initiative following high-profile cases such as the death of British teenager Molly Russell.
Engineers have developed a vegetable-picking robot to complete the challenging task of harvesting lettuces.
A report by academics will be presented to MPs on Monday calling for a major overhaul of existing laws covering image-based sexual abuse.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds will urge online companies to “step up” and do more to protect young users from harmful content.
The US is blacklisting five Chinese organisations involved in super computing, calling them national security threats and cutting them off from critical US technology.
There has been a surge in the number of people asking their Alexas to fart, after a video of two young boys and their grandfather went viral.
A hair-sized probe has been developed by scientists to help measure tissue damage deep in the lung.
The UK tech sector has boomed outside London, with new research highlighting record job openings in the sector across the country.
The technology sector is becoming one of the biggest employers in the UK – with more than 10% of the working population in some areas now employed in the industry, new figures claim.
Ministers will meet senior police officers and top prosecutors to discuss technological solutions to handling data from the mobile phones of victims of crimes including rape.
China is creating a system to protect its technology, according to state media, as the US restricts the access of Chinese companies to American tech in a spiralling trade dispute.
Schools “don’t have enough bodies on the ground” to teach science, maths, engineering and technology (Stem) subjects effectively to younger children, teachers have told MSPs.
Innovative ideas from young people to track abandoned supermarket trolleys by satellite and an app to find public toilets are among the winners of a space competition.
Tesla has reportedly hired the man responsible for a viral tweet about a sizeable sheep to be the company’s social media manager.
Technology used in fitness trackers could hold the key to reducing cyber attacks, researchers say.
Virgin Mobile will compensate customers after many were left unable to make calls, send text messages or use mobile data.