China is building a second aircraft carrier – but this time conventionally powered and made from domestic technology, its defence ministry announces.
BBC websites were unavailable early on Thursday morning because of a large web attack.
Phone maker Blackberry is no longer going to shut down its operations in Pakistan following a row over access to its users messages
Microsoft will start warning people if it suspects a government is trying to hack into their email and other online accounts.
This year’s 2016 honours list features many from the IT world for service to the technology industry, equality and Stem education.
All of the BBC’s websites were intermittently available early on Thursday morning because of a large web attack.
Facebook has confirmed a scheme to provide free internet access to people in Egypt has been suspended.
2015 was the year the internet of things began to move from theory to widespread practice, and the fledgling industry shook off the millstone of connected kitchen appliances
The PC is not dead – but the desktop is evolving as IT departments embrace BYOD, software as a service and cloud-based storage
Computer Weekly looks over what 2015 meant for the world of retail IT as the shift to omni-channel made the consumer king