The European commission (EC) has praised Google but criticised Apple over the steps both companies are taking to ensure children don't spend money on in-app purchases (IAP) without their parents' permission.
Kim Kardashian's income in 2013 was $28m according to Forbes, which is a pretty startling statistic.
Nick Clegg has mocked the Daily Mail's dissection of what the new Conservative female cabinet ministers are wearing by tweeting a picture of his outfit.
Germany may have beaten Argentina to win the World Cup, but Twitter and Facebook have been engaged in their own battle for social supremacy during the football tournament.
Ebay and Sotheby’s are partnering to stream high-end auctions online, the firms announced on Monday.
Musician Neil Young is now also a technology CEO, after taking the reins at PonoMusic, the high-definition digital music company that raised $6.2m on crowdfunding site Kickstarter earlier in 2014.
It takes a celebrity both brave and secure in their own status to first demand an apology from the media behemoth that is the Daily Mail empire and then reject that apology as insincere and deceitful. Unfortunately for the Mail, George Clooney is both those things.
Google has acknowledged that it "incorrectly" removed links to several Guardian articles last month and then reinstated them after complaints from people citing the "right to be forgotten".