The UK office of one of the world’s leading technology firms, Skype, is to close, it has been reported.
The Apple event that saw the unveiling of the iPhone 7 and AirPods opened with a short film of CEO Tim Cook in a Carpool Karaoke session with Late Late Show host James Corden.
Popularity is growing globally among young students who are learning computer languages to perform tasks from making video games to building data visualizations.
An engineer credited with changing the way in which Apple computers work was turned down for a job at one of the company’s Genius Bars.
TransferWise, the foreign exchange startup founded in 2011 by Estonian duo Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus, is expanding.
Three years ago, Apple boss Tim Cook was emphatic.
The mayor of Palo Alto is pushing for a ban on large technology companies downtown, making him the latest local politician to go after the powerful firms driving the booming economy in Silicon Valley.
Computer company Dell is dumping a team of cleaning staff just two months after they signed a new contract giving them better pay and new protections against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Alphabet’s partnership with GlaxoSmithKline is by no means its first foray into the world of biotechnology.
How do you ensure that Siri pronounces your name correctly? If you’re Barbra Streisand you go straight to the source and call the chief executive, Tim Cook.
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has been named the UK internet industry’s villain of the year for pursuing “snooper’s charter” legislation without fully consulting the sector.
Twenty years ago this month, a French-born Iranian-American computer programmer named Pierre Omidyar added an experimental online auction section to his personal website, which at that time focused mainly on the Ebola virus.
The New York-based owner of dating websites including Tinder, Match and OkCupid is to press ahead with a flotation valuing the group at $3.1bn (£2.1bn).
There were piles of free stuff at Internapalooza, the annual gathering of thousands of tech industry summer interns.
Slack executives say they welcome competition from Microsoft, with some trepidation.
Google has confirmed plans to build a new £1bn headquarters in London and create 3,000 jobs, in a move that will be seen as a vote of confidence in Britain’s prospects after Brexit.
In the end, it took less than 24 hours for Silicon Valley to start making nice with President-elect Donald Trump.