British Airways has apologized for disruption and delays caused by issues affecting its check-in systems earlier today, following similar system failures in June, July and September 2016.
A global outage of British Airways' IT network is causing massive delays for prospective flyers, with Heathrow being one of the worst affected airports. The airline is working to resolve the problem.
An issue affecting Microsoft accounts is currently preventing users from accessing services such as Outlook.com, OneDrive and Xbox. Microsoft has stated it is deploying a fix to correct the issue.
After an outage that took down multiple websites and services, Amazon explains an incorrectly-typed input caused the chaos. The company also outlined plans to prevent such problems in the future.
It looks like the US-EAST-1 AWS S3 services are facing some issues and Amazon is working on fixing those, however, many websites globally are now loading slowly or have become unresponsive.
Following the 31 hour outage that took place on Tuesday, limited access to Instapaper archives had been restored the following day. Full access is expected to return by Friday, February 17th.
Microsoft's Azure customers have apparently been hit by a global DNS outage which is affecting a number of services. Microsoft's engineers are currently working on a fix for the issue.
A significant outage hit many of Apple's services yesterday, including the App Store, iCloud and Apple TV - but while the company says its services have since been restored, the cause remains unclear.
Apple's iCloud Mail and Notes are currently suffering an outage, which has been ongoing for several hours. Apple has acknowledged the service interruption, and says that it is investigating the issue.
After leaving numerous customers of its popular Sales-as-a-Service product off the air for nearly a day, Salesforce has managed to recover around 25% of the data lost during the outage.
Xbox Live, typically a rock-solid online gaming platform, has seen its share of issues lately. With all of the reported online outages, Microsoft may look to make up for lost time for its subscribers.
When Telstra Australia users were hit with severe outages on Tuesday, the company suggested that they might compensate with free data, this is exactly what they have done for Valentine's Day.
A major outage to the Australia's largest mobile network, Telstra, has left millions of customers without access to phone and data service. Currently, the service is still sporadically having issues.
BT's phone and broadband network has been hit with a severe outage across many parts of the UK, with thousands of reports from customers experiencing issues when trying to use the services.
If you've been experiencing difficulties trying to access Twitter today, you're not alone - the network has acknowledged that there may be issues connecting for some users, but it's working on a fix.
Sony has made an official comment confirming that all of their PSN services are "experiencing issues." The problems started on Monday afternoon, and hours later are still unresolved.
The website of hacking collective Phantom Squad has been defaced by a rival hacking group, known as 'SKidNP' - although it initially appeared that the defacement was carried out by Lizard Squad.
A newly-formed hacking group has claimed that they will attempt to take down both Xbox Live and PSN over the coming weeks, to bring the lack of cyber-security to the attention of the public.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is experiencing problems with Azure Active Directory, as reports pile up from users in various parts of the world unable to log into the company's services.
One of the backbones of the Internet is suffering from major outages at the moment, affecting a variety of online services, as well as knocking parts of Europe offline. Info is scarce.
Nominees for the MTV Video Music Awards should have been announced on Beats 1 today. Instead, the radio station is down, along with Apple Music, iTunes, the App Store, Apple TV and other key services.
If you've been having trouble connecting to your Outlook.com account today, it's not just you - Microsoft says some users may be unable to connect via Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8, and more.
Apple services, including its iOS and Mac App Stores, have been hit by a major global outage for several hours - although the company seems to be pretending that it's all business as usual.
Customers in Europe reported earlier today that they are had issues with Azure, and it appears that the service went offline for many users which means Office 365 was down too.
A "bad code update" was responsible for the outage that took out Bing earlier today. Microsoft engineers attempted to roll back the update, but the process failed causing a 30-minute outage.
PlayStation Plus members affected by the Christmas outage will receive a five-day extension and a once-off 10% discount in the PlayStation Store as a "thank you" for their patience.
Sony and Microsoft have been hit with another attack rendering their respective gaming services offline. "Lizard Squad" has been suspected of causing the latest issues.
Amid a confrontation with the US over the Sony hacks, North Korea has experienced Internet outages, the cause is not yet known.
Microsoft has had a rough time this week when it comes to outages with Azure, the Windows Store and even Bing being knocked offline which is an alarming trend the company can't afford to continue.
Microsoft's Cloud platform, Azure, has been hit with another widespread outage that is impacting customers across the globe.
Facebook has stopped loading across the globe and currently the reasons for the outage are not known, so if you are wondering if it's just you -- you aren't alone.
Subscribers to Time Warner Cable woke up this morning to find they could no longer check Facebook, email or anything else as a major outage affecting cable services swept across much of the U.S.
Earlier today, Microsoft's Azure service was hit with outages around the globe. Almost everything is back to normal now but the damage has already been done to the reputation of Azure.
Major UK ISP BT has been forced to apologize after many of its millions of broadband users lost internet connectivity partially or totally for a period of a couple of hours earlier this morning.
Sometime on or after 31 Jan neowin.net was no longer accessible, as it had been suspended by our registrar for an inaccurate WHOIS, the problem was a no longer existing email address in our account.
After yesterday's brief outage that hit Google services, Yahoo took to Twitter to mock its rival, apparently forgetting the massive outage that crippled its own email service for four days last month.
Microsoft's DNS servers are apparently not responding to requests, causing service outages across the internet. Hotmail, Outlook.com, among others, are currently unavailable.
Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud service experienced a partial outage that affected the management feature in the Compute section worldwide, which started Tuesday night and was fixed earlier today.
Google has now offered both an explanation and an apology for issues that affected many of its Gmail users for much of the day on Monday, claiming the problems were due to a "dual network failure."
On Friday, Google search among other services went down for just five minutes. This not only caused global website traffic to drop by 40 percent, but it cost Google an estimated $545,000 in revenue.