A Florida woman has been arrested for a hit-and-run accident in Port St Lucie, after her car called the police to report the collision.
IBM has discontinued a campaign encouraging women to get into technology by asking them to “hack a hairdryer” after widespread criticism from women in the industry.
There is universal consternation about the inability of most industrialised countries to return to strong economic growth, despite zero or negative interest rates and varying degrees of fiscal stimulus.
A spider’s silk has long been admired by scientists for being incredibly robust – five times stronger than steel – as well as flexible, elastic, soft and stable at high temperatures. They are properties that could be put to use in a wide range of consumer products.
David Galbraith, a partner at venture investment firm Anthemis, has a statistic he likes to quote.
Is Yahoo approaching its final yodel?
Once a highly coveted mate, Yahoo might be on the market once again. But this time, there's baggage.
US privacy campaigner the Electronic Frontier Foundation has accused Google of spying on students and logged a complaint with US regulator the Federal Trade Commission.
Amazon has unveiled a new hybrid delivery drone that can fly both vertically, as a helicopter capable of landing in customers’ backyards, and horizontally like a conventional plane. The drone can travel up to 15 miles at high speed.
The executive director of the Wikimedia foundation, the body that manages the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, has resigned following a row within the community over leaked plans to apparently build a search engine and compete with Google.
Hewlett-Packard announced new board members Wednesday as the technology concern looks to separate into two companies with more favorable cost structures, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.
AOL's CEO says the newly teamed-up trio - Yahoo, AOL and Verizon - plan to build a "house of brands," not follow Facebook and Google's strategies.
Google has launched a family sharing function that will allow up to six people to share purchases made via the Google Play store, including apps, movies, TV shows, books and games.
As Google and other companies begin to build wearable technology devices, an industry not known for its fashion sense faces a new challenge, reports the New York Times.
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).
Facebook and Microsoft are going underwater.
Google has been knocked around by European regulators for anti-competitive practices, and now U.S. officials are getting more vocal.
Many women feel “stuck in the middle” and find the tech industry particularly challenging to excel in, research shows.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has urged the federal government to investigate Airbnb and other short-term rental companies in a move that experts say marks an unprecedented step in US lawmakers’ formal scrutiny of the “sharing economy”.