It still seems unlikely a full public Abba reunion will ever happen, but the Swedish quartet are pushing themselves back towards the spotlight.
The tech giant also reported earnings that beat Wall Street expectations on Tuesday.
Microsoft might pay the NFL $400m to use its tablets, but that doesn’t stop players, coaches and announcers from complaining about the devices.
US officials are investigating multiple attacks that caused widespread online disruption on both sides of the Atlantic on Friday.
These are the abilities Google, Amazon and other top employers are looking for, a LinkedIn report shows.
A few women have snared top jobs in the tech industry's executive suite. A look at the companies doing their best to promote women in computing.
Analysts are predicting more bad news for Yahoo on Tuesday as the company releases its latest results amid a now floundering takeover bid.
When news broke yesterday that Phil Collins was returning to live performance, some Guardian commenters reacted with utter horror.
US intelligence chiefs are warning Congress that the next phase of escalating online data theft is likely to involve the manipulation of digital information.
There is universal consternation about the inability of most industrialised countries to return to strong economic growth, despite zero or negative interest rates and varying degrees of fiscal stimulus.
Two weeks ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation called Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, with a jarring message:the agency wanted Apple to help them hack an iPhone.
It's is official, Microsoft has discontinued retail boxed copies of its Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems.
Apple has more than $205bn of cash in the bank, the company revealed on Tuesday as its chief executive Tim Cook said the firm had made more than $234bn in 2015, making it its “most successful year ever”.
The executive director of the Wikimedia foundation, the body that manages the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, has resigned following a row within the community over leaked plans to apparently build a search engine and compete with Google.
Google has said it will ban ads for payday loans because they can be “deceptive or harmful”.
Huge numbers of VAT fraudsters are illegally selling goods tax-free to British shoppers on Amazon and eBay this Christmas, despite new government efforts to crack down on this ballooning £1bn VAT evasion crisis.
One of the web’s most virulent incubators of fake news stories about the US election has begun a crackdown on conspiracy theories and “outlandish or unverified claims”.
Silicon Valley is cultivating relationships on the family farm, with coders, analysts and entrepreneurs eager to use their skills in agriculture.