Wikipedia has suffered an "infiltration" that sought to advance the aims of China, the US non-profit organisation that owns the volunteer-edited encyclopaedia has said. Read more
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Apple has issued a software patch to block so-called "zero-click" spyware that could infect iPhones and iPads. Read more
Permanent rather than casual staff now being targeted, report suggests, but expert queries data underpinning the analysis Read more
Cryptocurrency Litecoin saw a sudden surge in price on Monday over a press release about Walmart accepting it for payment - which turned out to be fake. Read more
Upskilling will provide employees potential for promotion, salary increases at the retail giant. Read more
The US state of Texas has made it illegal for social media platforms to ban users "based on their political viewpoints". Read more
Facebook has revealed its first pair of "smart glasses" that contain two cameras for taking photos and videos. Read more
Company says UK business as a whole paid out £492m in ‘direct taxes’ in 2020 – up from £293m in previous year Read more
Angry protests, technological glitches and a plummet in value marked the first day of El Salvador adopting Bitcoin as legal tender. Read more
The pay gap between men and women in academic science is bigger than it is in industry, according to a new analysis of federal survey data. What might it take to close that gap? Read more