A survey of Britons and new web user data suggests that Windows 8 is struggling to make the same progress that its predecessors - and especially Windows 7 - did.
"This is humbling. It's a long way from a private jet," Michael Woodford shouts out as he charges across five lanes of traffic and into the underground at Euston Square.
So much for democracy.
Four activists from the hackers collective Anonymous caused multimillion-pound losses to a number of firms in revenge for the backlash against WikiLeaks, a court has heard.
The accounting problems at Autonomy were hard to miss, noted short-sell Jim Chanos told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Wednesday, and HP should have seen them.
Although the noise from HP on Tuesday was about the accusations against unnamed former managers at Autonomy, the real concern should be that the company which Silicon Valley once looked to as the engine of invention is spluttering.
Hewlett Packard's surprising announcement of accounting irregularities at Autonomy caught the market by surprise on Tuesday and led to a nearly 12 percent decline in the company's stock. But Autonomy's accounting had been questioned by analysts years ago, according to one equity analyst that CNBC spoke to.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman strongly defended the company's response to a brewing accounting scandal in a recently acquired software unit, saying that Autonomy's executives engaged in a "willful effort" to mislead HP's shareholders and management.
Autonomy founder Mike Lynch told CNBC Tuesday he was "shocked" by allegations of accounting fraud, which caused HP to post an $8.8 billion charge and sent its stock reeling.
Don't be too quick to dismiss the report that Yahoo's Marissa Mayer and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg have discussed a new search deal between their two companies.
With more than one billion monthly viewers, YouTube is the biggest online video service – but in 2015, there are plenty of companies hoping to take a bite out of it.
A Silicon Valley-based recycling company is looking for a "mysterious lady" who dropped off a rare vintage Apple computer, so it can give her $100,000.
Ross Ulbricht, the man behind illegal online drug emporium Silk Road, was sentenced to life in prison on Friday by Judge Katherine Forrest of Manhattan’s US district court for the southern district of New York.