In spite of what the tech industry hoped, the UK and the EU have decided to go their separate ways. Now's the time to keep a stiff upper lip.
Is the sale of tech giant ARM to Japan's SoftBank a sign that Britain's open for business, or flogging the family silver? Plus spoiler-free thoughts on the new Trek movie, and much more.
Patients who had their HIV status made public in an email "bcc" error suffered "a great deal of upset," according to the UK's data protection watchdog.
How do you get a Pikachu to ride the bus? You Pokemon.
The augmented-reality Pokemon game taking the US and Australia by storm is out now for UK iPhones and Android phones.
The report reveals more than 2,300 data breaches by police staff over a five-year period in the UK, just as the government is trying to expand data-gathering.
The government has been collecting so much information on regular Brits that even internal reviews warned of crossing the line, according to documents published by a rights group.
Android has a sweet new name, a Florida man has his eyes set on Apple and Andy questions what's inside a Mars bar.
We ask what ditching the EU would mean for Brits' gadgets, and bring you an immersive VR tour of Britain's wartime codebreaking nerve centre.
Britons have voted in favor of Brexit, but Google Trends data suggests there is still confusion over what leaving the EU actually means.