Apple announces it will implement a system to scan US iPhones for images of child sexual abuse.
Advertisers are increasingly using artificial intelligence to come up with their winning slogans.
In a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, the FTC criticises the social network for inaccurate statements.
Drivers heading through London or Paris will receive a warning about clean-air fees and fines.
The US-based publication is cutting third party support for its popular crossword puzzles.
Just under half the entire IT budget goes on patching up outdated systems, a government report says.
The fall is based on data gathered before changes to the app which mean it will notify fewer contacts.
The news comes as Facebook’s WhatsApp starts to roll out a disappearing photos and videos feature.
Older people watched more linear TV while on-demand is big hit with younger audience.
Lara Lewington visits a new smart office block to see how technology could transform working lives.
The social network accuses researchers of putting people’s privacy at risk.
The “view once” feature lets users open an image one time only before it is deleted forever.