Internet.org, Facebook’s initiative to expand internet access to the “next billion” people across the developing world, has come under attack from 67 digital rights groups worldwide for not doing enough to promote net neutrality alongside expanding access.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has embarked on a new campaign to encourage Apple to increase returns to shareholders by arguing the iPhone maker’s shares should be trading at nearly double their current price – $240 each, rather than $128.
Silicon Valley has long been the paradise where ideas are born and funded.
Rachel Whetstone, the Briton who has been head of communications and public policy at Google for several years, has been poached by Uber for a similar role.
Google's "mobilegeddon" algorithm update last month got all the headlines, but a secretive refresh a week later was more painful to many websites.
This time last year Apple paid $3bn to acquire a company called Beats that made overpriced headphones and ran an unsuccessful music-streaming business.
Daniel Zhang, incoming chief executive officer at Alibaba, spoke with Bloomberg Television's Emily Chang about global growth plans for the e-commerce company, leadership changes and their relationship with the Chinese government.
Two guests won lunch with Tim Cook and passes to attend a keynote event at Apple's headquarters through an auction hosted by the auction website Charitybuzz, the 9to5Mac.com reported Wednesday. And it only took a bid of $200,000.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, praised Goldberg's supportive nature and called him her"rock", four days after he died in an accident.
The first of April is normally a day of frothy fun, where newspapers and brands compete to produce the best jokes and the worst puns to fool their readers.
Forty years after Apple started, the tech giant's co-founder Steve Wozniak outlined his technology predictions for the next four decades.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has put together a prize fund of $150,000 for any computer hacker who can find problems in its security systems.