Silicon Valley companies are getting acquisitive, but not necessarily in the traditional sense.
Automated machinery could soon start taking people's jobs.
As 22,000 tech entrepreneurs, inventors and investors converged on Dublin for the city’s Web Summit last week, one big question threatened to bring the whole digital bonanza down to earth.
After shaking up the automotive world with his electric car venture, entrepreneur Elon Musk has set his sights skywards in a bid to bring the internet to the billions who still lack access.
Six Britons have been arrested on suspicion of being involved in running online drug marketplace Silk Road 2.0 and one other illegal website.
Europol have cracked down on the dark web by shutting down more than 400 illegal websites.
A day after it went free Microsoft Word tops the App Store chart for iPad.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has today announced that they will auction off more 4G spectrum.
Apple has unveiled details on its months-old partnership with IBM to make iPhones and iPads staples in the workplace.
Users of Apple’s Mac OS X are being warned to watch out for not one, but two new weaknesses in the platform which can be used in attacks – one of which is already in the wild.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX has experienced another example of “rapid unscheduled disassembly” – which is Musk jargon for “my rocket exploded”.
What will be the next household-name app-based service like Uber? Where are the next “unicorns” – startup businesses which rapidly rise to a $1bn valuation?
Apple may owe $8bn in back taxes from its use of potentially illegal tax shelters in Ireland.