A senior staff member of Facebook has apologised to a government committee after disturbing content was allowed to remain on the social media giant.
Alexa has a new job: hotel concierge.
New data laws come into force in Europe today, but how will the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affect businesses and the general public?
Facebook will allow users to appeal decisions to remove their content from the social network, the company has announced.
Japanese gaming giant Sega has confirmed it is bringing titles to the Nintendo Switch, including Sonic the Hedgehog.
One in three workers believe their job will be automated in the next decade but many are not being offered new skills to prepare them for changes to the world of work, according to a study.
The BBC has launched a children's app billed as the modern equivalent of getting creative with "loo roll and a paint brush" - as it faces competition from YouTube and Snapchat.
Facebook is asking users whether they think it is "good for the world" in a poll sent to an unspecified number of people.
More than 150 million user accounts of popular diet and fitness app MyFitnessPal have been hacked, its owners said.
Mark Zuckerberg has said it was "clearly a mistake" to trust Cambridge Analytica (CA) when Facebook asked the British data firm to delete tens of millions of users' data.
Facebook has launched a messaging app for kids, a move which will see the social media giant expand their user base to a whole previously under-age sector.
A teenage Northern Ireland YouTuber says he is delighted after his channel attracted over 600,000 subscribers and secured him a partnership with Disney.
Police have issued a warning about a new scam currently doing the rounds on WhatsApp involving 'money off vouchers' for supermarkets like Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and M&S.
Twitter's trial of a 280-character limit is to be expanded to users globally, the social media site has announced.