'Troll cakes' teaches nasty netizens a lesson with sprinkles on top.
No room at the inn: Attendees of 'Unite the Right' rally will have to seek accommodation elsewhere.
The latest incident comes amid security experts' growing concerns about digital and cloud security.
Budget listing in San Sebastien received positive reviews - despite location.
Is it actually possible to AirDrop photos between iPhones located 1,000ft away from each other?
Swipe left: Dating app and PETA wants to crackdown on users' pictures with captive animals.
The bots were run by Chinese internet company Tencent, which has more than 800 million users.
Next-generation version of iPlayer could come with voice recognition technology to suggest programmes.
Dead Kodi add-on revived, but fresh evidence emerges of legal threat from Canadian media firms.
Influencers can earn a fortune for promoting products on their Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat accounts.
The incident took place over the weekend after an unsuspecting staffer fell prey to a phishing email.
90s video store still going strong as a result of pricey broadband plans.
He was able to get private email addresses without even asking for it.
Inmates at HMP Gartree accessed residents' hotspots on their mobile phones.
Westminster City Council seizes 40 pre-loaded IPTV devices.
The law will come into effect before the Russian presidential election in March 2018.
Academic journals "doomed" as the "Pirate Bay for Scientists" grows bigger, says data analyst.
Want to fix Netflix's confusing recommended feature? There's an easy trick to fix that.
Expects urge you to beware of counterfeit, unverified solar filter glasses being sold online.
High Court 'blocking order' could see ISPs shut down servers illegally streaming premium sport broadcasts.