One of the most pressing questions Silicon Valley leaders will want answered at their Wednesday meeting with President-elect Donald Trump is whether his administration will clamp down on the immigration policies that technology companies have come to rely on.
It comes ahead of a crucial Wednesday meeting between Donald Trump and tech leaders.
Apple has said for the first time that it is working on technology to develop self-driving cars.
Matthew Lewis is the 17-year-old president and founder of PhishTrain, a phishing education service that simulates phishing emails for breach prevention.
He is the charismatic Silicon Valley entrepreneur who believes his many companies - including the electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors, solar power firm Solar City, and SpaceX, which makes reusable space rockets – can help resist man-made climate change.
Huge numbers of VAT fraudsters are illegally selling goods tax-free to British shoppers on Amazon and eBay this Christmas, despite new government efforts to crack down on this ballooning £1bn VAT evasion crisis.
One of the web’s most virulent incubators of fake news stories about the US election has begun a crackdown on conspiracy theories and “outlandish or unverified claims”.
Silicon Valley is cultivating relationships on the family farm, with coders, analysts and entrepreneurs eager to use their skills in agriculture.
Commercial infringement of copyright online should in future be punishable by up to 10 years in prison, ministers are proposing.
Hackers threatened to release the identity and credit card details of 37 million adulterers on Monday. And it turns out I was one of them.
First it was Twitter, the desktop client of which went down for over an hour last week, (that’s almost a year in Twitter time).
The co-founder and former head of Autonomy has insisted that the Hewlett-Packard fiasco will not affect his new technology fund, which raised $1 billion from investors.
When Ellen Pao became chief executive of the social news site Reddit in November 2014, few thought her tenure would change the make-up of the site that bills itself the “front page of the internet”.
Apple has “a bit of homework to be done” to improve its Apple Music streaming service, the company’s international iTunes boss has said.
Google has managed to persuade the US government that the tech company’s computers – rather than humans – should be defined as the “drivers” of a growing fleet of autonomous vehicles.
Uber is facing a legal challenge from drivers who say that they should be recognised officially as workers at the company, as calls grow for new rights for the UK’s burgeoning army of self-employed individuals.
Apple has replaced its hand gun emoji with a water pistol – reflecting growing despair in America and worldwide over gun crime.
Bill Fernandez met Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 7th grade. Ten years later, he became the tech giant's first employee.
Ambar presses her hand to her forehead, nose crinkled in concentration as she considers the question on her screen: how many sevens in 91? The ten-year-old has been grappling with it for about a minute when she smiles: “13!”.
A senior executive at Oracle has publicly resigned after the technology company’s co-CEO Safra Catz joined the Trump transition team and expressed support for the president-elect.