Facebook faces a new controversy over alleged tactics it used to discredit its critics, embarrass rival firms and downplay problems at the company. The New York Times has published a wide-ranging account
Getty Images Retail sales fell by a worse-than-expected 0.5% in October, after a mild autumn hit sales of winter clothes. Sales at household goods stores also fell 3% following a particularly strong August
Superfast 5G mobile promises much better download and browsing speeds, the ability to power the internet of things, and a signal for everyone even when we're all using our phones at the same time. But
A new “smart city mobility centre” combining autonomous and electric vehicle research in the Midlands aims to put Britain in pole position of the transport revolution. It backs up a fresh £1bn of investment
Google has been accused of breaking promises to patients, after the company announced it would be moving a healthcare-focused subsidiary, DeepMind Health, into the main arm of the organisation. The restructure,
Addison Lee/ Twitter A claim that Addison Lee's drivers are employees, not self-employed contractors, has been upheld in a major blow to the taxi company. The Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling confirms
Facebook and Instagram are using AI to spot drug dealers using their sites. The "proactive detection" technology allows the platforms to remove drug-related images before it has been seen or reported users.
Science Photo Library More than 40,000 women in England have not received information regarding cervical cancer screening after a failure to send out letters by the NHS. The errors were made between January