Intel is putting its money where its mouth is when it comes to diversifying the tech industry.
Just 27% of those employed in Britain’s digital industries are women, according to a new report from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), a public body which aims to advise the government and others on those issues.
Hewlett-Packard is to pay $100m (£65m) to settle a lawsuit brought by a Dutch pension fund over its controversial $11bn purchase of British software firm Autonomy.
Apple revamped its news service on Monday, making a play to take on Facebook as the two tech giants court readers and publishers to be the top platform for news.
Forget the streaming music service and the software update.
Ross Ulbricht, the man convicted of running the online drug emporium Silk Road, has appealed against his conviction and sentence, according to court documents filed on Thursday.
Five people have been taken to hospital after a chlorine gas leak at Apple’s large data centre in Maiden, North Carolina.
Matthew Keys, a journalist found guilty of conspiring with hacking group Anonymous to break into the Los Angeles Times website, was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday in a case that has sparked national debate about how the US prosecutes hacking offenses.
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.