The European Union’s ombudsman is keen to tighten regulations on the “revolving door” between European political institutions and private companies, including technology firms.
The world’s top tech companies are failing when it comes to privacy and freedom of expression, according to the most comprehensive assessment to date of their user agreement policies.
Winklevoss twins' bitcoin exchange Gemini sees trading volume surge 40,000 percent in the three weeks since its opening.
Valuations of private tech companies are high but there is no bubble, the co-founder of chat app firm Slack, which itself is valued at $2.8 billion, told CNBC.
Apple lives on cream – the very top of the market.
Amazon has lost market share in non-digital films, video games and music for the first time in at least four years as the high street fights back.
Companies often spend a lot of money on cultivating their technology, but a study suggests nearly 70 percent of what is spent may be misdirected.
The website had over 30 employees, including 25 staff writers.
The “hacktivist” collective Anonymous have vowed to release the names of “about 1,000” Ku Klux Klan members as part of an ongoing operation against the white supremacist group in the US.
Just over 14 years ago, Steve Jobs unveiled a cigarette pack-sized product that didn’t impress many onlookers.
The sale of Yahoo to Verizon for $4.83bn (£3.62bn) marks the end of a period of intense speculation and ferocious investor activism at the embattled web company. And for the past four years, CEO Marissa Mayer has borne the brunt of that protest, while attempting to turn around Yahoo’s fortunes.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has told investors that augmented reality is going to be “huge” and that the company is investing in the technology.
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.