The way both sexes find partners on dating app Tinder conforms to classical evolutionary psychology, a study has found.
SpaceX is reattempting to get a Spacecom satellite into orbit after a launchpad explosion destroyed $262m worth of equipment on the last try.
The number of flying insects has dropped by up to 75% in less than 30 years, provoking the risk of an "ecological Armageddon", scientists have said.
Stealthy mosquitoes have evolved a sneaky mechanism to avoid being detected when taking off from their prey, scientists have discovered.
Facial detection technology in the new Piccadilly Circus lights is "incredibly intrusive", according to privacy campaigners.
Amazon and eBay have defended themselves as a report by MPs accuses online marketplaces of profiting from VAT evasion.
Google's new smartphone models, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, are designed to do one thing really well - connect to Google's services.
There is "overwhelming" evidence whales and dolphins live in "complex" societies with distinct cultural traits, scientists have found.
Australia has launched an online portal to report revenge porn, with researchers warning women are being affected on a "mass scale".
Scientists have established how heavy elements such as gold and uranium trace their beginnings back to the collision of massive neutron stars.
Parts of England have experienced an unusual side effect from Storm Ophelia: a blood red sun.
The security protocol used in all modern Wi-Fi networks is broken, allowing hackers to steal any sensitive information that is not transmitted via wire, researchers have claimed.
Facebook is to train "tens of thousands" of students from every secondary school in the UK as digital safety ambassadors over the next two years.
A British led team who use smartphones to save people's sight have told Sky News they're planning to expand into more than 60 countries.
Four of the largest criminal marketplaces on the dark net were unreachable on Friday, prompting speculation about police activity.
A British-built pollution monitoring satellite was launched into orbit on Friday.
The chief executive of Samsung Electronics has resigned, with a warning that the South Korean technology giant is in the throes of an "unprecedented crisis".
Bitcoin has again hit a new record-high valuation, tipping $5,200 (£3,900) despite experts continuing to express scepticism about the cryptocurrency's popularity.
Google's sister company Waymo sought $1bn (£760m) from Uber in settlement talks over the alleged theft of self-driving technology, it has been reported.
The US government "does not have the right to rummage" through a website's logs to identify protesters at Donald Trump's inauguration, a judge has ruled.
Sensitive information about Australia's F-35 stealth fighter and other military hardware was stolen during a cyberattack last year, it has emerged.
Tech companies have begun investing huge amounts of money to help in the fight against extremism.
In a lunchtime broadcast on 15 October 1987, weather forecaster Michael Fish made a prediction that would come to define his career.
An asteroid the size of a large house passed by Earth early on Thursday morning at a distance of about 27,000 miles (44,000km).
Israeli intelligence officers were behind a tip-off to US agencies that the Kremlin was using Kaspersky Lab's anti-virus software to steal American hacking tools, US media has reported.
A software bug in Google's Home Mini smart speaker left the device recording everything, almost constantly, and transmitting those recordings to Google's servers.
Mark Zuckerberg has apologised for a video showing him taking a virtual reality tour of a heavily damaged Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Uber says it accepts it has shown "the wrong attitude" on a number of issues and is ready to change some practices.
Credit reporting company Equifax has said 15.2m UK records were stolen in a cyberattack earlier this year and it has identified 693,665 British consumers whose details - including phone numbers and driving licence numbers - may have been…
Hackers have attempted to steal credit card information from the owner of Ireland's most popular supermarket.