There's a watchful quietness about Tim Cook: he weighs people, and his answers, before responding to questions. Where Steve Jobs had a fizz of nervous energy about him, Cook, 53, is quieter – although no less forceful.
Entertainer and Beats founding shareholder William Adams, better known as Will.i.am, believes the fusion of technology and culture will drive hardware development, and he says Apple acquired the headphone company because of its success in melding the two.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner told CNBC how he plans to continue to grow the social media company.
Look past the fact Google's new prototype car doesn't have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals.
The patent war looks set to be dragged out even further as Apple have reportedly requested a retrial with Samsung over patent infringement.
The ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) is considering investigating the eBay cyber-attack that came to light on Wednesday.
You won't believe what these tech companies give employees.
HP shares fell almost 2 percent after the results, which were unexpectedly released before market close.
Hewlett-Packard delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Standard & Poor's Tuesday cut its unsolicited rating outlook on Yahoo! to negative from stable, citing prospects for poor revenue growth and higher costs for acquiring traffic.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and head of space privateer firm Blue Origin, has taken to Twitter to brag about the “rarest of beasts”, a reusable space rocket that can land vertically. (Unsaid: unlike Elon Musk’s many exploding SpaceX rockets.)