Warren Buffett, the legendary investor, is backing a consortium that is bidding for the core internet assets of Yahoo, according to reports.
Google was widely applauded this week for announcing it would stop selling ads for long-reviled payday loan companies.
Google has said it will ban ads for payday loans because they can be “deceptive or harmful”.
Google employees have proposed a new set of emojis aimed at promoting gender equality in the workplace, including cartoon female engineers, chemists, plumbers and farmers.
The internet on Wednesday gave you another reminder that everyone has been hacked.
Microsoft and Google, two of the world’s greatest monopolies, have been bitter rivals for nearly 20 years.
Robotics scientists at the US’s Stanford University have achieved a remarkable first: they have successfully sent an automated avatar – which they describe as a robo-mermaid – down to an ancient shipwreck to retrieve a vase from the sunken vessel.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made $36 million in 2015, including $544,061 for a security detail, according to SEC documents filed Friday.
LinkedIn shares soared Thursday after the company reported quarterly earnings and revenue that easily topped Wall Street's expectations.
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.
Twenty years ago this month, a French-born Iranian-American computer programmer named Pierre Omidyar added an experimental online auction section to his personal website, which at that time focused mainly on the Ebola virus.
Amazon may share its name with mythology's greatest female warriors, but the world's largest online retailer employs just 18 women among its 120 most senior managers, and none of them report directly to the boss.
YouTube is launching a separate app for children which will filter out inappropriate content, hide comments on videos and which will not allow them to register and log in to its service.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has some advice for women: every day, write down three things you did well.