Facebook frenzy turns to fury amid claims banking giants Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan and others tipped off a select number of investors about an analyst’s negative report days before shares traded.
Barclays customers using contactless bank cards could have their data stolen without even knowing through readers in new mobile phones, Channel 4 News can exclusively reveal.
Many of the applications which users load onto their Android mobile phones are sharing personal data with advertisers without people’s knowledge or permission, Channel 4 News has learned.
With the UK’s analogue signal due to be finally switched off this year, the smart TV industry’s biggest players are gearing up for a battle for Britain’s living rooms.
Channel 4 News understands a nuclear safety official has joined MPs and MoD staff on the list of thousands of people whose personal data has been leaked onto the internet by hackers.
A technical hitch on the gaming website Betfair left punters furious after a huge horse racing payout was cancelled, as our technology correspondent Benjamin Cohen reports.
You can already tell a computer what to do – but what if it could answer back? Benjamin Cohen investigates a new wave of voice recognition technology.
The maker of the iPhone is engaged in a global battle with other mobile phone manufacturers to protect the patented technology used on its smartphones.
Sharing our lives on social networks is now commonplace, but what happens when we are gone? Channel 4 News finds people are thinking more carefully about their digital legacy.
Facebook has announced new ways for users to control the privacy of the content that they share using the world’s largest social network, as our Technology Correspondent Benjamin Cohen reports.
Channel 4 News has been granted unprecedented access to the cyber security firm Qinetiq and spoken to the teenagers who are helping protect the UK Government from cyber attacks.
The instant messaging service on BlackBerry smartphones, thought to be used by London rioters to organise themselves, may be shut down at the request of the police tonight, as Benjamin Cohen reports.
Channel 4 News obtains the first details of the Government’s plans to overhaul what has been termed Britain’s “archaic” copyright law, as Technology Correspondent Benjamin Cohen exclusively reports.
A new generation of Israeli entrepeneurs is overturning the country’s traditional image and turning Tel Aviv as the new centre of excellence for high-tech industry , Benjamin Cohen reports.
Waze has been described as a Facebook for drivers. Channel 4 News Technology Correspondent Benjamin Cohen looks at its potential to revolutionise driving and news coverage.