The updated version of Google Maps for Android is available for download on Google Play.
Outernet's Lighthouse receiver aims to connect the 50% of humanity not connected to the internet.
Gmail users can now choose to send emails via Dmail, by installing a Chrome extension.
Free TV streaming website Project Free TV routed to a page saying "Goodbye" over the weekend, but now it's back.
Seen typeface automatically censors words used by NSA and GCHQ to monitor emails and social media.
DMCA takedown requests now apply to tweets too, as well as videos, images and links to infringing content
WhatsApp for Android versions 2.12.194 and 2.12.197 have the middle finger emoji.
Universal Pictures tried to protect Jurassic World from being pirated but instead showed its ignorance.
Skype's innovative real-time translator leaves something to be desired when used to speak Mandarin.
HORNET is a new Tor-like browser for the dark web that could offer "internet-scale anonymity".
The Intellectual Property Office says more UK consumers are consuming their content legally.
Images show Johannesburg ADT guard dragged out of his patrol vehicle by two men, one armed with a handgun
The updated Android app adds several new features including 'mute chat' and more.
Altogether, there are now more than 10 million documents published on WikiLeaks.
Microsoft has opened up PhotoDNA so that all websites can spot illegal child pornographic images for free.