Head of the UK Supreme Court stated that technology poses several challenges in privacy cases as it has its limitations.
Google was recently charged with anti-competition over the Android mobile phone operating system by the ECC.
After a lawsuit was filed against the US government, Microsoft founder Bill Gates announced his support of the lawsuit.
A device that shakes the arteries of stroke patients, dislodging clots, has proved to make drugs work more effectively.
A former government worker sentenced to death for information leak hasn't been tried or executed according to a report.
Researchers have designed a 'smart skin' packaged like a temporary tattoo that includes an electronic display.
Netflix could be hurt over Amazon's move to launch a video streaming service to non-subscribers at an affordable rate.
Experts are divided over whether the Chauvet cave drawings could date back to 36 000 years ago.
A communal land rights leader has received the Goldman Prize for securing land for Tanzanian indigenous communities.
A study conducted at a Australian university has discovered that just like humans, bees can control their behaviour.
Environmentalists and shareholders have berated a US energy company over hiding data on the effects of fossil fuels.
Workers were laying power cables at a farm when the owner discovered a villa along with mosaics, coins and brooches.
Rangers and their canine friends join forces to sniff out poachers entering near the Kruger National Park border.
NASA took to social media to dispel naysayers who contested its climate change research, reiterating their stance.
Researchers at a US oceanic centre found samples of pollutants inside the muscle tissue of eight yellowfin tuna.