A UK-built device that will allow astronauts to communicate with Earth at home broadband speeds has reached the International Space Station (ISS).
The enforcement powers of the new internet watchdog must be “proportionate” to the level of harm caused, digital minister Matt Warman has said.
More than a third of children find it easier to be themselves online than offline, according to a new survey coinciding with Safer Internet Day.
Parents are becoming increasingly concerned about children’s social media and online activity, according to regulator Ofcom.
More than half of parents would rather discuss sex education with their children than technology, a new survey suggests.
Divisive EU copyright reforms that could affect the likes of YouTube will not be adopted in the UK, a Government minister has said.
The data regulator has set out 15 measures to make children’s privacy online a top priority for tech firms.
Google has sounded the end of some internet trackers able to run on its Chrome web browser but said it could take up to two years.
SpaceX has launched 60 more mini internet satellites, this time testing a dark coating to appease stargazers.
Local authorities across the north-east have spent more than £500,000 on technology for protection against computer hackers.
A number of Aberdeen streets are to see City Fibre works carried out in the new year.
Nearly half of students would like to be given access to a voice-activated assistant to help with their studies, new research suggests.
Google could soon call out websites that load slowly by displaying a badge of shame within its Chrome web browser.
SpaceX has launched 60 mini-satellites, the second batch of an orbiting network meant to provide global internet coverage.
World Wide Web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned that the internet’s power for good is being “subverted” by those spreading hatred and threatening democracy, as the technology marked its 50th birthday.
North-east households are now ready to connect to superfast broadband.
Plans to achieve nationwide coverage of gigabit capable broadband is targeted for 2025, the Digital Secretary has said.
Millions of people living in flats could receive faster internet speeds under Government plans to get around rogue landlords who make upgrade work difficult.
Brighton, Bradford and Norwich have been named among 29 new locations across the UK set to receive faster internet connections from full-fibre broadband by Openreach.
The speed of typing on a smartphone is catching up with physical keyboards, according to a large study of users on touchscreen handsets.
Children as young as seven and eight have stumbled across pornography online, according to a survey by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).
Europe’s top court has told Google it does not have to make the “right to be forgotten” available worldwide.
Several roads are to close in an Aberdeen community over the next few months as a super-fast fibre network is installed.
Google is changing the way news stories appear on its search engine by boosting “original reporting” in the face of today’s fast-paced demand for information.
Aberdeen housing associations have joined up with CityFibre to put tenants at the front of the queue for gigabit-speed broadband.
The people who would benefit most from the internet are not reaping the advantages, the Digital Minister has said following a report into the UK’s internet usage.
Heightened privacy fears are putting more non-internet users off and risk worsening the digital divide, new research has warned.
Easy-to-guess passwords like 123456 remain in use despite repeated warnings, according to a senior UK cyber security chief.
YouTube has warned that more content could be blocked in the short term as a result of changes in the way it deals with music copyright.
More than half of British adults aged 65 and over now shop online, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).