The city's transport regulator is overhauling laws for private hire vehicles to bring them in line with new technologies.
Waste not, want not with Karma, an app that lets you buy Michelin-starred leftovers to help reduce global food waste.
The WikiLeaks founder could still be arrested for skipping bail in 2012 if he leaves the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Amazon bought the company at the end of 2017, and has big plans for its exclusive chips, says Reuters.
Over 4,000 websites worldwide were affected by the malware.
The company reveals its discovery at a UK Parliament hearing held in the US. Representatives from Facebook and Google are also there.
The two-hour delivery service is available to Prime Now members in four US cities, with more coming throughout 2018.
The 3-year-old maker of budget phones runs out of funds ... for now at least.
The tech giant currently uses modem chips from Qualcomm and Intel, but could rely exclusively on Intel in the future, says a report.
Lauri Love, alleged to have stolen large amounts of data from US agencies, wins his extradition case but may still face trial in the UK.
Is Matt Hancock, UK secretary of state for digital, the next Mark Zuckerberg? Not exactly, but he'll find out how tricky it is to keep a social network under control.
The social network is opening up about privacy in preparation for upcoming changes to EU data protection laws
The idea is that a centralized network could protect US communications from Chinese spying. But it might prove a hard sell.
Britain's prime minister hammers home her message to social networks in a speech at Davos, while touting the country's place in the world of the tech.
The social network is opening sites in Spain, Italy and Poland to teach media literacy and online protection.
The company did not reveal the size of its financial commitment but expects to double the number of grants the nonprofit offers.
Social networks have made dramatic improvements when it comes to removing illegal content from their platforms, says the European Commission.
The social network agrees to open a full-and-proper investigation into Russia-backed activity during the UK's 2016 EU Referendum.
The Doodle depicts a young girl enthralled by Martin Luther King Jr.'s powerful words.