PC users running Windows 7 have been warned to upgrade to avoid possible cyberattacks as support for the software ends this week.
Author Jamie Harris
WhatsApp will no longer work on a number of smartphones, including those running the Windows Phone operating system, in the new year as support ends on some older handsets.
YouTube has said it will take a “stronger stance against threats and personal attacks” by banning videos that “maliciously insult” people based on their race, gender expression or sexual orientation.
Facebook has hit back at UK home secretary Priti Patel’s calls for a “backdoor” into planned encryption across its messaging apps, saying it would be a “gift to criminals”.
Facebook is releasing a tool that allows users to transfer their photos directly to Google’s storage service in a bid to give people “control and choice”.
Twitter has started warning users who have been inactive on its platform for more than six months that their account risks being deleted as part of a huge “clean-up”.
Nasa has revealed a concept of what a future moon lander might look like, as it aims to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.
World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee has warned of a “digital dystopia” as he launches a global action plan aimed at tackling misuse of the Web.
Google could soon call out websites that load slowly by displaying a badge of shame in its Chrome Web browser.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says we would all be using Windows Mobile today instead of Android if an antitrust case had not been lodged against the software giant in the late 1990s.