The creator of the internet, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has told the BBC that he is against the mining of personal information by ISPs, including any data that relates to the websites he has visited
Canon has today announced the addition of three new compact digital cameras to its Ixus range: the 85 IS, 90 IS and 970 IS
Officials in Sweden have voiced their concerns that increasing use of so-called 'SMS loans' by young people is causing a mounting problem with debt
An initiative in the US aimed at increasing blood transfusion stocks now allows Facebook to register their blood type and willingness to give blood.
As Facebook continues its push for world domination, concern is growing in some quarters about the latest threat it poses to internet freedom - the dreaded 'friend request' from Mum or Dad
Researchers at the University of Utah have found that bigger computer monitors make workers more productive
Nearly a quarter of all mobile phone users in the US have seen advertising on their phone in the past month, and of these approximately half responded to the ad
Yahoo has unveiled a dynamic bookmarking tool for mobile phones that will enable you to personalise search queries and keep track of your favourite web content
Mobile VoIP operator, Truphone, has re-jigged its pricing structure, lowering the cost of international calls made by mobile phone users over the internet using Truphone's dedicated software
Following on from Sony's launch of the 3mm thick XEL-1 OLED TV in Japan, Hitachi has thrown down the gauntlet in Europe by announcing the imminent arrival of its so-called Wooo range of slimline TVs.
According to an article in the New York Times, RealNetworks could be ready to make a bid for the under-fire yet hugely popular Facebook application, Scrabulous
Facebook has thrown down the gauntlet to MySpace by launching a dedicated music service all of its own
NEC and Magnetic Media have announced a partnership that will result in NEC displays being able to show 3D content using Magnetic's Enabl3D technology
Yahoo has launched the beta version of its all-new aggregator service, Yahoo Buzz, to a chorus of general indifference, laughter and even outright mockery