Jeff Bezos has Amazon, drones, the Washington Post – and now he says he has a liquid hydrogen-powered rocket engine suitable for starting businesses in space.
The days of long lines of Apple fans queuing outside stores for days ahead of new product releases could be numbered, if a leaked internal memo is to be believed.
A surprising number of lower-income U.S. workers are spooked by technology.
Inside a lobby at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, beside a rank of 1990s arcade machines, a laminated sign asks people to “Please Be Googley”.
Major tech firms - and Kevin Spacey - have all reportedly bought up newly registered ".sucks" domains to protect their brands.
Market watchers are expecting Apple to reward shareholders with a fatter dividend and heftier stock buy back when the company reports first quarter earnings this month.
Hewlett-Packard is in talks to reach a legal settlement with the British accounting firm Deloitte for its part in an alleged $5bn ($3.37bn) fraud at British accounting firm Autonomy.
Microsoft is releasing a new thinner, lighter and cheaper Surface 3 tablet – this time without Windows RT.
Hewlett-Packard has launched a $5bn (£3.4bn) claim in the high court against Cambridge software entrepreneur Mike Lynch and his former finance director Sushovan Hussain.
The 126th anniversary of the public opening of the Eiffel Tower is being marked with a Google doodle showing the site in cartoon form.
PayPal will host a panel on gender equality next Wednesday to discuss “gender equality and inclusion in the workplace”. The panel will be all male.
Google.com is a “partially dangerous” website that has some pages that may install malware on your computer or try to steal your personal information – says, er, Google.
Is Margrethe Vestager, the EU competition commissioner, on a mission to undermine Google?