Google Maps to start showing eco-friendly routes
The driving app will highlight journeys with lowest emissions based on factors such as traffic.
Gambling apps: a super casino in your pocket
There are concerns over the way that gambling companies use the data collected on their customers.
Schoolmates Ollie and Jacob on TikTok fame
Ollie and his best mate, Jacob, have become the comedy duo everyone's talking about on TikTok.
'Fake' Amazon workers defend company on Twitter
It comes after Amazon's official accounts hit back at criticism of the company.
Child tweets gibberish from US nuclear-agency account
The tweet “;l;;gmlxzssaw", posted to US Strategic Command's Twitter account, causes confusion.
'We have your porn collection': The rise of Extortionware
Hacked firm's IT Manager named and shamed by hackers in extortion technique.
Thierry Henry: 'It's not OK to get abused online'
Thierry Henry tells BBC Newsnight about his decision to remove himself from social media, saying that "it is time to take a stand" against online...
Legal challenge over the government using Whatsapp
The campaigners behind the challenge say deleted messages pose a risk to transparency.
Biden administration threatens tariffs on UK goods in 'tech tax' row
Ceramics, make-up and furniture could be hit amid a row over a new UK tax on tech firms.
School cyber-attack affects 40,000 pupils’ email
The Harris Federation, which runs 50 academies in and around London, was hit by a ransomware attack.
NHS uses AI scan to detect hidden heart disease
The technology will help doctors warn patients years before a heart attack strikes.
Facebook undersea cable to boost South East Asia internet
The two new cables will connect Singapore, Indonesia and North America.