Computer company Dell is dumping a team of cleaning staff just two months after they signed a new contract giving them better pay and new protections against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Tax investigators in Spain have raided Google’s Madrid offices, in the latest investigation into the group’s tax affairs.
Happy Birthday will presumably be being played on repeat in Apple Music’s offices today. It’s one year after Apple’s music-streaming service launched and it has 15 million subscribers.
A Californian woman has won $10,000 in compensation from Microsoft after Windows 10 automatically tried and failed to install on her Windows 7 computer.
Alibaba Group chairman Jack Ma has waded back in to the counterfeits debate, saying his comment that counterfeit goods were better than originals was taken out of context.
In the not-too-distant future, Amazon could use a drone to deliver a package from a country warehouse all the way to … a nearby farm.
Many would say Chrome is the best browser out there. It’s certainly the most popular, used by more than half of the online world. But it’s a beast that can slow your computer to a crawl if left unchecked.
Dyson’s new Pure Cool Link air purifying fan promises to clean up the air in your home, but also marks the first step of the British engineering firm into the Internet of Things.
There were piles of free stuff at Internapalooza, the annual gathering of thousands of tech industry summer interns.
Quixey, one of the several start-ups trying to crack mobile app search, is proving just how hard it is to turn that vision into a business.
Gawker Media said that "near-term plans for Gawker.com’s coverage, as well as the site’s archives, have not yet been finalized."
Sleeping in other people’s beds has turned out to be a goldmine for rental startup Airbnb. The controversial Silicon Valley company has raised another half a billion dollars from investors at a price that values the company at $30bn.
Less than a year after buying the Hawaiian island of Lenai, Oracle chief Larry Ellison has purchased Island Air, an airline serving much of Hawaii.
An engineer credited with changing the way in which Apple computers work was turned down for a job at one of the company’s Genius Bars.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has suddenly vaulted to the top of the list of potential new CEOs for Microsoft-but is there a dark horse in Silicon Valley that no one's thinking about?
The mayor of Palo Alto is pushing for a ban on large technology companies downtown, making him the latest local politician to go after the powerful firms driving the booming economy in Silicon Valley.