New app Yo takes our phobia of interaction to a new level – digital communication is now bored of words.
It used to be that extremists used Facebook and YouTube to post recruiting videos - but Isis and its fighters have become adept at using social media to show their side of war.
The body that regulates the standards for language on the web has announced a host of new emojis.
The manufacturer of the world's best electric cars is opening up its patent portfolio for anyone who wants to use it "in good faith" - why?
An old error has re-emerged, and it could cause trouble for those using Twitter's dashboard application.
The British are infamous for struggling with languages. At every level above primary school, dwindling numbers of students are choosing to study foreign languages. Innovative new apps may be set to change all that.
Comedian demands that internet trolls direct their bile in a useful direction for once.
Machines that can choose who to kill independently of a human operator are coming, to the concern of ethicists and roboticists alike.
London taxi drivers have protested, and are planning further protests, against apps like Uber which offer the same convenience at (they say) an illegally cheap price.
Banners on websites like reddit, Upworthy and tumblr are a response to the US government's appropriation of the internet as a tool for spying on citizens.