Google has said it has taken action against a phishing email that targeted users of its online documents service. The company said it had “disabled offending accounts” and “removed fake pages” after users raised concerns they might have been hacked. The email claimed to be
Media playback is unsupported on your device A bionic hand that “sees” objects and instantly decides what kind of grip to adopt has been developed by scientists. A computer uses a camera to assess an object’s shape and size to then trigger the correct movement
Facebook is to add 3,000 people to its “community operations team”, to help stop hate speech, child abuse and self-harm being broadcast on the website. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said it had been “heartbreaking” to see people “hurting themselves and others” in videos streamed live
Indeed it is not just an ordinary smartphone. This might be the best of the Galaxy S series, what all smartphone users have been looking out for. Two weeks ago Samsung unboxed the stunning Galaxy S8 and S8+ after many months of speculations by the
The Hughes family in Manchester have quit their jobs and put everything they own into building a social network aimed solely at sports fans. But can they take on the giants? “We see ourselves sitting at the top table with the big boys,” says father
Video How flying cars have gone from being a science fiction fantasy to almost becoming a reality, as seen through the BBC archive. How flying cars have gone from being a science fiction fantasy to almost becoming a reality, as seen through the BBC archive.
Comparing lists on social media of the top 10 concerts you have ever attended seems like a harmless enough pastime. But there are warnings that the recent Facebook craze could actually be a risk to our online security. The first gig you went to is
Apple sold fewer iPhones than a year ago in the first three months of 2017, the company said in its latest results. The California company, which is due to release a new phone later this year, said it sold 50.8 million iPhones in the period,
Microsoft has unveiled a new Surface laptop to compete with the Macbook Air. The device will go on sale on 15 June with a starting price of $999 (£770). It has a 13.5 inch (34cm) screen and 14 hours of battery life, the firm said.
A father and stepmother have lost custody of two of their five children after playing pranks on them in a series of YouTube videos. The pranks included one in which their youngest son was told he had been adopted by another family. Mike and Heather