For one ex-Wall Street analyst turned tech executive, a good interview uncovers what a person loves — and hates — about a prospective job opportunity.
The future is a funny place to live.
Desktop Google searches could end up slightly out of date compared to those done via smartphones, as the company begins to push mobile search.
In the midst of a highly charged presidential election, where fact and fiction have frequently become confused, Google News has introduced a new fact check feature in search results for news stories.
Uber’s main British business paid only £411,000 in tax last year while the commission fees from thousands of drivers in the UK disappeared into a controversial tax structure in the Netherlands.
Online retailer eBay paid just £1.1m in tax in the UK last year, despite telling US investors that Britain was its second largest market, generating revenues of $1.4bn (£1.1bn).
No matter how much you prepare, there’s just no way to know what you don’t know when you launch a business.
If you want to work for Apple, you'd better be a determined idealist.
Could emojis be the future of online security?
It is hard to miss the warnings. In the race to make computers more intelligent than us, humanity will summon a demon, bring forth the end of days, and code itself into oblivion. Instead of silicon assistants we’ll build silicon assassins.
Google has dismissed the European commission’s charges that it abuses the market dominance of its Android operating system to prevent rivals from competing with alternative software and services.
Amazon says it has successfully trialled its Prime Air drone delivery service in Cambridge, UK, by delivering a TV streaming stick and bag of popcorn directly to the garden of a nearby customer.
Hewlett-Packard has unveiled full details of its $5bn (£3.3bn) fraud case against the founder of the UK software company Autonomy, claiming that Mike Lynch inflated the revenues of his business by about $700m over a two-and-a-half-year period.
The Tesla driver killed in the first known fatal crash involving a self-driving car may have been watching a Harry Potter movie at the time of the collision in Florida, according to a truck driver involved in the crash.
Less than a year after buying the Hawaiian island of Lenai, Oracle chief Larry Ellison has purchased Island Air, an airline serving much of Hawaii.
Financier George Soros has led a £50m investment in fibre-optic company Hyperoptic, which lays high-speed lines direct to UK homes.
The Israli city of Tel Aviv is set to test drive a new system that will see cars hover around a looped circuit.