Amid the recent financial turmoil, the role of computers is being hotly debated. "To err is human," the old saying goes.
If you feel like playing with your money, there's now no need to go to a casino; Gambling online has become more and more common. But how risky is it? And can people cheat more easily?
Ask Google any question, and it throws up the answer. As time goes on, we rely more and more on search engines, Internet and, more generaly, on technology.
For the past couple of months, major companies have been victims of hackers who have downloaded sensitive information such as passwords and customer credit card numbers.
As we communicate more and more via email and telephone and less and less face-to-face, new technology sociologists wonder if we are more likely to lie in emails.
More and more internet companies are launching what is called a Cloud system. But what is it? Have we gone from cyber space to cyber cloud? Our technology consultants have the answer.
In this digital age, consumers have more and more access to news. Yet despite this, the number of stories is decreasing. So why is this?
The internet giant Google comes back in the race for social networking with its "Plus" system. With its much simpler security settings, it looks like a serious rival for Facebook.
Death on Facebook - people who die leave their profiles up on the networking site. Then an interesting grieving process sometimes begins for relatives and friends.
Can you trust your GPS? What do you think? Let us know your navigation application experiences in comments at the foot of the page.