Engineers have used a drone to fly broadband cable across a river for the first time to reach a remote property in a Highland glen.
Many things changed because of the First World War, but the range of technological advances ushered in by four years of fighting was among the most dramatic.
An artist has come up with a brilliant solution for cyclists on dark, wintry nights by creating Bristol’s first LED light-powered mural.
A Tesla driver has found an ingenious way to utilise his car’s remote control feature to save some money.
Tech giant Google is colluding in “fraud” over the resale of tickets, an MP has claimed.
British and Canadian politicians have joined forces in calling on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to explain “failures of process” regarding the spread of propaganda on the social network.
New York-based company Solgaard Design has launched a backpack made from recycled plastic recovered from oceans around the world.
Luxury car-maker Bentley has launched what it claims is the first superfast “reliable and secure” in-car Wi-Fi system.
A company has found a creative way to make environmentally conscious clothing for kids, with a line made from off-cut fabrics and threads that would otherwise end up in landfill.
Vodafone has switched on its full trial of 5G mobile technology in Salford, Greater Manchester, marking the country’s latest step towards faster mobile connection speeds.
Fortnite developers are rolling out their much-teased Fortnitemares update, which celebrates Halloween with a range of themed treats.
HTC has launched its first blockchain phone, the Exodus 1, which the smartphone maker says has been built for the “modern user and the new internet age”.
Anyone hoping to play Fortnite’s Save The World mode for free this year will have to wait a little longer as developers continue work on the game.
Former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg will take up a senior post at global social media giant Facebook.
Researchers have found a new way to try to understand the decline in the honeybee population using a network of connected smart hives.
A zero-emissions automated sailing vessel will be built in Belfast.
People should “wake up and smell the silicone” about the risk artificial intelligence (AI) poses to children, a university vice chancellor has said.
Mark Zuckerberg’s role as chairman of Facebook is in jeopardy once again as a handful of major shareholders called for him to be removed from the post on Wednesday.
A fashion designer has created her latest collection – from sketches to 3D modelling and colouring – on a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in what is believed to be a world first.
People should be able to stay healthy and active using wearables and diet-tracking apps in co-ordination with their GP, according to a document setting out a vision for a tech revolution in the NHS.
Bill Gates has shared heartfelt memories of his friendship with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who died on Monday at the age of 65.
Boston Dynamics has become synonymous with robotic advancement and videos of its extraordinary creations in action can be both awe-inspiring and unnerving – and the latest footage is no different.
Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace SUV may be able to travel over 200 miles on a single charge, but its complete lack of engine noise means it poses a problem to blind or visually impaired people.
EE has switched on the UK’s first trial of 5G mobile technology at Canary Wharf in London.
They were supposed to slip into the country, carry out their secret mission and then quietly disappear.
Russian intelligence officers have been accused of launching cyber attacks on the global chemical weapons watchdog investigating the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
An estimated 225 million people living in the United States received a message from President Trump on Wednesday afternoon as part of a national emergency alert test.
A new cricket game for consoles is on the way, with Big Bash Boom revealed as the latest attempt to make the sport “accessible” for gamers.
Twitter has announced a new clampdown on fake accounts as it pledges to “improve the health of the public conversation” before the US mid-term elections.