Amazon has responded to a privacy furore by giving users the option to prevent employees from listening to their private voice recordings.
Breakfast means Breakfast for Europe's first robotic waitress, who is being trialled at The Tea Terrace in London.
The channel featured educational videos of Nazi propaganda speeches for teachers and students.
Twitter has acquired a London-based start-up that’s developed artificial intelligence technology to understand fake news.
The average Briton shares the equivalent of over 92,000 social media posts in their lifetime, a study has found.
Half of Britons do not know that the worldwide web was a British invention, a study has found.
Britain’s tech industry has had a surge in European investors despite Brexit uncertainty, according to a new report.
The effects of social media on the life satisfaction of teenagers are "trivial" in size, a new study suggests.
The chair of the Public Accounts Committee has said the new criminal record system puts the UK "back at square one".
Fibre-optic broadband will soon be present in all hospitals and GP surgeries, according to the health secretary.
Theorist David Icke has said that the implementation of a 5G network could have “catastrophic effects on human health”.
The education secretary has set up 12 Institutes of Technology across the country to “address the skill needs of businesses”.
Jeremy Wright has said that new online safety laws are about “controlling harms” on social media platforms, not restricting individuals’ freedom of speech.
Modern conveniences, such as contactless payments and microwaves, save people an average of 51 minutes a day, a study has found – the equivalent of 13 days a year.
MPs have warned music fans to avoid ticket resale site Viagogo over allegations it is breaching consumer law.
The car manufacturer has created an app that allows users to unlock and control their cars using their mobile phones.
Students at a Dorset secondary school have had their GCSE coursework held hostage by hackers.
Fax machines will be banned across the NHS under plans to modernise the outdated technology and IT systems in the institution.
A tech expert has warned internet users that if they're not paying for something online, like Facebook or Google, they are "probably the product".
Church is trialling the use of a live voting smartphone app during sermons to improve the engagement of the congregation.
More than 20,000 applications for divorce have been made online since a new service was launched in May.
Messages are being distributed from the default Samsung Messages app – but don't show the files have been sent
The officers are stationed at the Zhengzhou East high-speed rail station
French drivers can only use their phone if they are in a parking space or broken down
There are around 10 million Muslim Uygurs, which is a Turkic ethnic group, living in the area of Xinjiang
Chief doctor Ye Zhewei was 2,300 miles away from the operation he was conducting
The robots will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
A Twitter user took exception to our host's warning on the dangers of technology
Officials say the fault of the crash lies with the driver of a lorry which hit the bus
The physicist says artificial intelligence may be able to improve itself and outperform human beings
The police trial also led to 35 false matches leading some to question the reliability of the technology
Sundar Pichai says he wants girls to know there is a place for them in the technology industry
James Damore sent a document to other Google employees which claimed 'women, on average, have more neuroticism'
A team from the Gambia also wanted to go to the competition, but have been denied a visa
Applied futurist Tom Cheesewright says the attack appears not to have been sophisticated
An earthquake with a magnitude of 1.6 took place in Pieve Torina, but it was accidentally reported as a 5.1 magnitude earthquake
A company named Ryonghung has launched a new tablet which runs on a customised version of the Android system
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have created a robot which sits on turtles' backs and controls them
John Carr says tech firms are perfectly capable of stamping out the problem - but they don't want to
The Apple iPhone 7 was launched yesterday, but 'people get sick of being told to pay £1000 every year' says journalist Josh White
Producer Cornelius and technology editor Thomas Tamblyn take care not to patronise talkRADIO's afternoon show presenter