Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has admitted that the story about forming the company in a garage is “a bit of a myth”.
The cyberattack which paralysed Sony Pictures last month exposed flaws in the studio’s data security, but Hollywood rivals and other big corporations have been given a chilling warning: it could happen to anyone.
Analysts suggest only one in ten with an iPhone are preparing to also get Apple's smart watch
IBM has taken some heat for its buyback and investment strategy. CFO Martin Schroeter explains why they think it's the right path for success.
The rubber-keyed icon of 80s gaming is set to make a comeback of sorts.
Sir Clive Sinclair is backing a new crowdfunding campaign to relaunch the iconic ZX Spectrum as a new home gaming console, the Sinclair Spectrum Vega.
What's at stake for Apple as it fights a class action lawsuit that claims it engaged in anticompetitive practices.
An increase in free and mobile phone communication has seen a drop in landline usage.
Concerns over corruption are leading to high level FIFA sponsors stepping down.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook accused the US government of asking his firm to engineer the “software equivalent of cancer” to help investigators unlock a terrorist’s iPhone.
Technology start-ups looking to go public are likely to postpone their flotation until later this year as the market remains "tentative" amid volatility in asset prices, a top Nasdaq executive warned.
Facebook 's efforts to boost global Internet connectivity will continue despite a recent setback in the key Indian market, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Monday.