Burberry Group's long-standing chief executive, Angela Ahrendts, is moving from Bond Street to Silicon Valley following the announcement that she is to leave the luxury fashion group for a new post at Apple.
For an upcoming book, one writer interviewed hundreds of current and former Amazon employees to shed some light on the detailed oriented Jeff Bezos.
The US government violated the Fourth Amendment right to protection from unreasonable searches when it demanded that Lavabit, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s email provider, hand over the encryption keys to its service, lawyers said in court filings on Thursday.
Global personal computer (PC) shipments tanked almost 9 percent on-year during the third quarter - a period of historically strong demand - to the lowest level in five years, according to a new report by Gartner.
A nasty and personal exchange between Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and an outspoken advocate of women in corporate boardrooms has thrown a spotlight on a serious issue in Silicon Valley: the dearth of women in the upper ranks of America's top technology companies.
Google has partnered again with Hewlett-Packard to build a new Chromebook computer that costs $279 and is now available.
It's been over two years since Tim Cook took over as Apple's CEO, yet each product launch raises questions over whether or not he has what it takes to drive the consumer electronics giant to new heights.
Spotify celebrates its fifth birthday today, but the streaming music service probably shouldn't expect a present or card from Thom Yorke.
Since Steve Jobs passed away two years ago Saturday, Apple has experienced no shortage of scrutiny.
Yahoo’s chief executive, Marissa Mayer, has been criticized after announcing she is taking as little as two weeks of maternity leave and will be “working throughout” when she gives birth to identical twins later this year – with some upset that her break will be so brief, and others that she even has to talk about it at all.
Google unveiled its new logo just a month after announcing a major restructuring that will give birth to a new parent company, Alphabet.
Over the last 10 years, the technology community has been stuck in the "five men and a whiteboard syndrome," based on the success of technology companies like Facebook , Twitter and Google.