Google has been hit with a $A3.5 billion fine by European regulators for abusing its dominance of the online search market.
One of the world's biggest shipping companies has been brought to a halt by the latest ransomware cyber attack that is sweeping across Europe and India.
A global cyber attack has again hit computer systems spanning Australia, Britain, Russia, Ukraine and the US.
A wave of cyberattacks has hit Russia and Ukraine before spreading to Western Europe and North America, in the second global outbreak of so-called ransomware in...
Several Ukrainian banks and companies have been hit by a cyber attack.
Queen Elizabeth is about to get a $10 million pay rise in the form of an increase to her yearly "sovereign grant".
A spokesman for Theresa May says 95 buildings have failed safety tests carried out after London's deadly tower block fire.
June 27 marks 50 years since the first Automated Teller Machine (ATM) was unveiled at a Barclays branch in London.
Google has been fined 2.42 billion euros by the European Union's competition watchdog.
Britain's defence secretary says the UK will support the US if it retaliates against Syria for any use of chemical weapons.
Presidential elections in Mongolia have failed to turn up a clear winner prompting a second-round run-off between the two leading candidates.
The way the US is viewed around the world has sunk dramatically since Donald Trump took over as president, according to a new international survey.
The remains of Spanish artist Salvador Dali have been ordered to be exhumed to settle a paternity claim by a woman who claims to be his love child.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives struck a hotly contested pact with a Christian fundamentalist party on Monday that will allow her party to...
A boy travelled at least 230 kilometres from Morocco to Spain hanging underneath a bus, officials say, in another example of desperate measures taken by migrants...
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