US hospital group MedStar says it is restoring its IT systems after reportedly being hit by a stealthy new strain of server-targeted ransomware
The majority of distributed denial of service attacks on universities are made by students or employees, says the head of infrastructure services at the University of London
The FBI offers to unlock another iPhone for police after revealing it could access the handset used by San Bernardino killer Syed Farook.
In a major report, mobile operator O2 suggests that access to better digital infrastructure could boost the UK economy by £1.5bn outside of London and the South East
Kaspersky Lab has revealed that the Adwind malware-as-a-service platform was at the centre of an attack on a Singapore bank
The FBI is to help unlock an iPhone in an Arkansas murder case, deepening fears that the method used to break into the San Bernardino gunman’s phone will be applied more widely
Dave Lee examines the potential of Microsoft’s Hololens augmented reality technology
Buildings, like homes, are getting smarter – but what does that actually mean and who are they best serving?
BBC News looks at a mixture of current and emerging technologies that may define our office work in the near future.
Microsoft unveils a new system of bots which can represent businesses and interact with users via apps such as Skype.