Following an investigation by the Metropolitan Police Service’s Central e-Crime unit, 21-year-old Gareth Cross of West Sussex was sentenced to twelve months after hacking into a private Facebook account.
Three people were trapped in their cars after being submerged in flash floods in south-east London. Heavy localised rain has also spread further north through England. London Fire Brigade said it helped
Denial of service attack from unknown culprits on domain name system company Dyn caused access to be severely restricted for users on Friday US officials are investigating multiple attacks that caused
A university without any teachers has opened in California this month. It's called 42 - the name taken from the answer to the meaning of life, from the science fiction series The Hitchhiker's Guide to
The third runway at Heathrow Airport could involve planes taking off from a "ramp" over the M25 motorway, the transport secretary says. Chris Grayling said this would be "cheaper and quicker" than building
Netflix is still king of TV streaming but US downloads of HBO Now, Amazon Video, Hulu and Showtime via Apple and Google surpassed the site in April The new season of Orange is the New Black came online
Young people now spend hours a day on social media: so what happened when we asked seven teenagers to switch off? Sixteen-year-old Henry Button is Skyping while bouncing up and down on a big pilates ball.
The International Olympic Committee has backed the "strong stance" taken by athletics chiefs in upholding Russia's ban from international competition. The IAAF decided on Friday not to lift the suspension,
From mortgage repayments, pensions and petrol to savings and graduate jobs, we look at the practical implications of Britain’s withdrawal from the EU Britain has voted to leave the EU. Some ramifications
Amazon has been fined £65,000 after being found guilty of attempting to ship dangerous goods by air. The online giant tried to transport lithium-ion batteries and flammable aerosols between 2014 and 2015.