A release candidate of Windows 7, the next major release of the world’s most popular operating system, goes public in trial form in the next week.
America’s cyber-security has been described as “broken” by one industry expert and as “childlike” by another.
Yahoo is to close its personal web hosting site GeoCities later this year.
Facebook users have voted to back changes which give them control over data and content they post on the site.
Nokia’s all-inclusive Comes With Music mobile service has been much slower to attract UK consumers than expected, according to an industry consultancy.
The Design Council is offering £400,000 for designers to develop new ways of securing mobile phone handsets.
A study into spam has blamed it for the production of more than 33bn kilowatt-hours of energy every year, enough to power more than 2.4m homes.
Online auction site eBay is planning to spin off internet call service provider Skype and list shares in the firm in the first half of 2010.
Twitter has been given the all clear after a worm infected “tens of thousands of users”. But experts say the attack could have been much worse.