Articles By Alistair Charlton
Creator of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, says spying of NSA and GCHQ is 'appalling and foolish'.
Silk Road goes live again with new address at the same time as man behind it faces drug trafficking charges in court.
Departing BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins tells staff to count him as the company's 'biggest fan' in final email to workers.
Google claims ownership of two mystery barges moored off San Francisco.
British small businesses and transport infrastructure gets cloud productivity boost from Silicon Valley startup.
Microsoft warns users of a security vulnerability with TIFF images exploited by hackers in Office and Vista.
Canadian government blocks Lenovo's BlackBerry buyout bid, citing national security fears.
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn is said to be developing a 12.9in iPad which could be released in March 2014.
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is the "hot favourite" to take over as Microsoft CEO as the company narrows its shortlist.
HTC is to broaden its smartphone range, but avoid making budget devices, as a second straight quarterly loss is predicted.