Is Yahoo approaching its final yodel?
Once a highly coveted mate, Yahoo might be on the market once again. But this time, there's baggage.
US privacy campaigner the Electronic Frontier Foundation has accused Google of spying on students and logged a complaint with US regulator the Federal Trade Commission.
Amazon has unveiled a new hybrid delivery drone that can fly both vertically, as a helicopter capable of landing in customers’ backyards, and horizontally like a conventional plane. The drone can travel up to 15 miles at high speed.
Google has claimed that a change to its search rankings that pushed rivals TripAdvisor and Yelp far down the search results is due to a bug, which it is working to fix.
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.)
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Twitter, Facebook and 56 other technology companies have joined together to reject calls for weakening encryption saying it would be “exploited by the bad guys”.