Westminster City Council has announced the launch of the Digital Academy, which will see a range of tech partners including Microsoft, O2 and Google work with the Council to help combat digital exclusion.
Apple has announced a “self-service repair” programme so “customers who are comfortable” can fix their own devices.
The boss of Apple has revealed that he has invested in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin but that the iPhone maker will not be following suit.
Game publisher Electronic Arts (EA) has told investors that collectible NFTs are “an important part of the future of our industry”.
Nigel Thorpe, technical director at SecureAge looks at the increase in cyber attacks on charities/NGOs and suggests it’s time for a new approach
Sir Nick Clegg has accused Apple of making a “commercial land grab” by changing its privacy settings to prevent digital advertisers from tracking its customers without their consent.
Facebook has announced that it is changing its holding company name to Meta in its biggest corporate shake-up since it was founded 17 years ago.
Amazon’s profits declined by the largest percentage in more than four years as the online giant said it has spent heavily on coping with the pandemic and delivered a downbeat forecast for the holiday season.
Facebook has revealed a profit of $9bn (£6.5bn) in the three months to September, up from $7.8bn (£5.6bn) last year and higher than expected.
PayPal is not pursuing an acquisition of Pinterest, the digital payments group said yesterday, after reports last week that it was in talks to buy the digital pinboard site for as much as $45 billion.