Have we reached peak ice bucket yet? Now George Bush, Anna Wintour and Cheryl Cole have taken the ALS ice bucket challenge
Parents must be informed of and involved in their children's tech habits, says Jim Steyer
Intentionally failed installation lures users into calling ‘support’ line - which drags them into multi-million pound scam. By Charles Arthur
Reaction to the untimely death of Robin Williams underlines the role social media now plays in the expression of public mourning
The time-stuttering adventure from Max Payne creator Remedy Entertainment has big plans and even bigger promises. By Nick Cowen
Listeners access Fubar Radio through a subscription based app, a model that the station says is paving the way for the future
From internet-connected coffee cups that can personalise your drink to 3D-printed pants, tech is changing the way retailers interact with us
Charles Arthur: Plus McAfee's mobile paranoia, Google's changes in search, Android updates compared, and more
Excitement about an iWatch is partly responsible, but the iPhone is at the heart of why the company is outperforming Google
Met says passing on clip of Isis militant murdering US journalist on social media could lead to prosecution under anti-terror laws
Twitter’s video sharing service has expanded the options to users, letting them upload from the camera roll for the first time.
The ubiquity of mobile phones is providing a new low cost tool for teaching children and their parents in some of the poorest communities
Host a launch party, keep an eye on costs and don’t forget to say thanks – our crowdfunding live chat panel share their pro tips
The free Wi-Fi available in PSV Eindhoven’s stadium has received a mixed reaction from fans. Many supporters used the service in their first match of the season but a group of fans strongly opposed the idea. Should stadiums remain WiFi-free?
In the wake of the journalist’s death, social media companies begin to take an editorial approach to the content they are hosting. By Hannah Jane Parkinson