Social media companies should be prosecuted like publishers if they fail to remove abuse content, an influential committee is to tell the Government.
Video-streaming service Netflix has been accused of spying on its users after tweeting a "creepy" joke regarding their viewing habits.
The launch of SpaceX's first completely recycled spacecraft has been delayed until Wednesday.
Astronomers are to scan a huge cigar-shaped interstellar object for signs of alien life, amid claims it could be some kind of artefact.
A former Facebook executive says he feels "tremendous guilt" over the creation of the social networking site.
Apple has confirmed it is snapping up UK-based song recognition app Shazam as it squares up to rival Spotify in the music streaming market.
The US President has ordered NASA to plan a new manned mission to the Moon, 45 years after the last one - Apollo 17.
Bitcoin's price jumped 25% after it started trading on a major exchange for the first time.
Britain has a new highest mountain after new data showed measurements from old overland surveys were inaccurate.
Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a new mummy in a previously unexplored tomb near the city of Luxor.
North Korea is seeking to profit from Bitcoin's surging value by hacking Bitcoin exchanges, security researchers have told Sky News.
A piece of artificially intelligent software has won the backing of tens of thousands of Russians to run for President.
Uber's licence to operate in Sheffield has been suspended after the company failed to answer questions about its management.
An endless supply of speculative buyers is being cited as the reason for Bitcoin's value surging above $16,000 for the first time, despite renewed security fears.
Elon Musk is to launch his own electric car into orbit around Mars, playing David Bowie's Space Oddity.
Reports of Vine's demise may have been greatly exaggerated, as the founder of the video-sharing app has teased a follow-up.
Teenagers are using private social media groups to solicit sexual gossip and pictures from their peers, a report has found.
Remember the young dolphin that died after beachgoers took it from the sea to pose for photographs with it?
Mark Zuckerberg is taking parental leave for this month, he has revealed on social media.
It can reach speeds of 190mph and is expected to cost a cool £165,000.
Legislation that suspends data protection for immigration enforcement could gravely threaten rights in the UK, campaigners have warned.
Google says it will have more than 10,000 members of staff monitoring content on platforms including YouTube next year.
An American football player's plea for free chicken nuggets for a year has become 2017's most retweeted tweet in the UK.
Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has warned of a "backlash" against women in the workplace following recent high-profile sexual harassment scandals.
An investigation has been launched after MPs revealed they frequently share private computer login details with other staff.
Facebook has launched a new version of its Messenger app for kids, giving parents complete control over what their children see.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has hailed a new Facebook office as a "sign of confidence" in Britain.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries is being told to 'get your house in order' after admitting she shares login passwords with staff, including temporary interns.
China's restrictive cyberspace could become more open, the country's president has claimed.
We send 96 billion text messages every day in the UK but the very first, sent 25 years ago today, was pretty simple: "Merry Christmas."