A lottery security director who was convicted of fixing a $16.5m lottery jackpot also allegedly rigged several other lottery random-number generators to be able to predict the winning numbers, according to Iowa investigators.
Does Apple have another 40 years ahead of it, now that it has 40 behind it? As the world’s most valuable public company hit its anniversary last week, it’s the obvious question, in a world where the pace of technological change, enabled by globalisation and the internet, is faster than ever.
The first of April is normally a day of frothy fun, where newspapers and brands compete to produce the best jokes and the worst puns to fool their readers.
Forty years after Apple started, the tech giant's co-founder Steve Wozniak outlined his technology predictions for the next four decades.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has put together a prize fund of $150,000 for any computer hacker who can find problems in its security systems.
US national security authorities may now view Reddit as a way to spy on people.
Nintendo has denied that an internet harassment campaign targeting one of its staff was related to its decision to fire her.
Dyson’s new Pure Cool Link air purifying fan promises to clean up the air in your home, but also marks the first step of the British engineering firm into the Internet of Things.
Google’s 2,300 staff in the UK earned an average wage of £160,000 each last year, despite the group’s insistence that its British operation is a modest outpost of the company’s global empire.
It is hard to miss the warnings. In the race to make computers more intelligent than us, humanity will summon a demon, bring forth the end of days, and code itself into oblivion. Instead of silicon assistants we’ll build silicon assassins.
When an answer shows a figure for the number of options, that indicates that multiple entitles – Samsung Korea, Samsung Electronics US, and Samsung Telecommunications US – may have been deemed to infringe.
Hewlett-Packard has unveiled full details of its $5bn (£3.3bn) fraud case against the founder of the UK software company Autonomy, claiming that Mike Lynch inflated the revenues of his business by about $700m over a two-and-a-half-year period.
Google unveiled its new logo just a month after announcing a major restructuring that will give birth to a new parent company, Alphabet.
Windows 7 users are reporting that Windows 10 is automatically installing on their PCs without permission.
There are no second acts in American lives. There are only Series B financing rounds.
News publishers would have stronger rights to demand payment from digital giants such as Google and Facebook in exchange for using their content, under proposed European rules that are designed to shore up the collapsing revenues of traditional media companies.
Three years ago, Apple boss Tim Cook was emphatic.
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty lays out the 103-year-old tech stalwart's transition plans and push into the big data and cloud-computing space.