An oil executive accused of impersonating Elon Musk in an email in an attempt to solicit company secrets from Tesla wants the lawsuit thrown out because he says his impersonation wasn’t credible.
Investors are unsure what fine or penalty, in any, the SEC might impose on Alibaba, which is hurting sentiment towards the stock.
It’s a Friday afternoon at a tech startup in downtown San Francisco, and Valerie Aurora is arming men with phrases they can use to try to make their Silicon Valley environment less sexist: “Not cool.” “We don’t do that here.” “Awkward!”
Silicon Valley has enormous challenges, but the political divide around Peter Thiel isn't one of them, said Roger McNamee of Elevation Partners.
It has been nearly a year since the self-balancing scooters known as hoverboards were setting sales charts on fire, but the resulting litigation (from the resulting real-world fires) is just getting started.
Outdated computer systems are allowing malicious hackers to target everyone from companies at board level to individuals in their living rooms, according to the chancellor, who is promising to strike back against cyber-attacks.
Google is keeping investors happy, but Alphabet's moonshots are dealing with heavy executive turnover.
Microsoft may be looking to flip the "I'm a Mac, and I'm a PC" narrative on its head.
Despite reports that it might go public in 2017, it will actually be years before Slack files for initial public offering (IPO), the CEO said.
At Intel’s corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, California, the highly paid engineers and developers directly employed by the computer chip company wear blue identification badges.
An attempt to trademark the word “react” has ended badly for the YouTube network Fine Brothers Entertainment, with former fans unsubscribing from the group’s main channel en masse in protest.
Why a Wall Street darling has taken such a dramatic tumble.
Telstra customers across Australia were unable to make or receive calls for two hours on Tuesday afternoon due to an “embarrassing human error”, the company has said.
Tweets celebrating the memory of former Intel boss Andrew Grove have poured in following his death.
Tax investigators in Spain have raided Google’s Madrid offices, in the latest investigation into the group’s tax affairs.
Reddit’s new chief executive Steve Huffman has promised to reconsider the online communities policies “from first principles” but defended many recent changes as he tries to rebuild its reputation.
In Danny Boyle’s gripping Steve Jobs film, the talkie action is set before a series of product launches.
When Gary Kasparov lost to chess computer Deep Blue in 1997, IBM marked a milestone in the history of artificial intelligence.
Silicon Valley got its first major contemporary art gallery this week because Laura Arrillaga Andreessen – prolific art collector and heir to local real estate baron John Arrillaga – decided it was a little weird to have art sales in her house.
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.
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.