Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt keeps an extremely old door in his office.
First Facebook had pictures. Then it had videos. And soon it will have virtual reality. But some day, CEO Mark Zuckerberg imagines a way for users to be able to transmit thoughts directly from one brain to another.
Microsoft announced a deal to acquire professional social platform LinkedIn for $196 per share Monday. The all-cash deal is valued at $26.2 billion.
Ziff Davis has emerged as the first bidder for Gawker Media. But regardless if the company folds, its legacy has made a mark on digital media.
Uber’s assault on the European market has run into fresh legal roadblocks, after court rulings in France and Germany went against the company.
Elon Musk wears many hats.
In the future, you probably won’t use your keyboard to get to this website.
Three Android apps have been removed from the Google Play app store, after a security firm claimed they were harbouring adware.
The first UN privacy chief has said the world needs a Geneva convention style law for the internet to safeguard data and combat the threat of massive clandestine digital surveillance.
Deep in the heart of Imperial College, London, a computer is learning how to play Pac-Man. Like many humans, it struggles to get the hang of the classic 1980s video game at first.
The chief executive of extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison has left the company after a third leak of emails and suggestions that he had affairs despite earlier denials.
Joseph Garrett isn’t famous. He’s a gamer and video producer in his mid twenties, who leads a quiet life well away from the tabloid spotlight.
Here is an idea for a fun game. Imagine playing with online trading cards, where you’re buying and selling virtual people.
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel defended his decision to finance a lawsuit that bankrupt Gawker Media on Monday, saying the news site was willing “to exploit the internet without moral limits” and “did something beyond the pale” by publishing a former wrestler’s sex tape.
Mark Zuckerberg impressed audiences in Tsinghua University, Beijing, on Wednesday by talking and answering questions in Mandarin, which the entrepreneur has been learning for the past four years.
The rubber-keyed icon of 80s gaming is set to make a comeback of sorts.