Google's C-suite has a lot of money, and it enjoys spending it.
Google is buying Jetpac, a “city guides” company with a twist which used image recognition and neural network technology to recommend places it deemed the happiest, most popular or with the best views and scenic hikes.
Three years ago, Mike Lynch was the founder of Britain's most successful software company, which was sold to the US computing giant Hewlett-Packard for a breathtaking $11bn (£6.6bn).
Cisco Systems delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday and posted a smaller-than-expected decline in sales during the quarter.
Autonomy's former finance director has accused Hewlett-Packard of making unsubstantiated allegations of fraud to cover its own blunder in paying $11bn to buy the British software firm three years ago.
Many companies have internal training programmes, but Apple’s goes far further than most teaching employees how to think like Steve Jobs.
A U.S. judge on Friday rejected a $324.5 million settlement of a class action lawsuit filed by tech workers who accused four Silicon Valley giants including Apple and Google of conspiring to avoid poaching each other's workers.
In Danny Boyle’s gripping Steve Jobs film, the talkie action is set before a series of product launches.
Apple just bought emotion-detecting startup Emotient, taking a deeper plunge into artificial intelligence.
Google has fixed an “automated” error which saw its online translating tool convert “Russian Federation” into “Mordor”.