Almost 15 years have passed since the Nasdaq first broke the 5,000 mark. Now, after the bursting of the dot-com bubble and a long recovery, the index is poised to pass that mark again.
Google is changing the the structure of its European business as it anticipates further regulatory scrutiny across the continent.
Google scientists have developed the first computer program capable of learning a wide variety of tasks independently, in what has been hailed as a significant step towards true artificial intelligence.
Facebook has announced that it now has two million active advertisers.
Deutsche Bank and Hewlett-Packard have announced a ten-year, multibillion dollar agreement that will further modernise the Bank’s global information technology environment and aims to significantly reduce related IT infrastructure costs.
While many start-ups may not justify their lofty valuations at this point, it's not stopping investors from knocking on their door.
Doubling in value should be hard. But tech start-ups are defying that logic, with companies not just reaching billion-dollar valuations but expanding.
Apple's stock on Monday closed at a record, rising more than 2.7 percent to $133, and hitting a market cap of nearly $775 billion.
YouTube is launching a separate app for children which will filter out inappropriate content, hide comments on videos and which will not allow them to register and log in to its service.
When the UK police arrested an 18-year-old man over the online attack in December that knocked both the XBox Live and PlayStation Network offline, plenty of people raised knowing eyebrows.
Deep in the heart of Imperial College, London, a computer is learning how to play Pac-Man. Like many humans, it struggles to get the hang of the classic 1980s video game at first.
Adblocking companies acting as a “modern-day protection racket” have been slammed by culture secretary John Whittingdale, who offered government support to those such as newspaper websites hit by the technology.
The Justice Department is on a “fool’s errand” trying to force Apple to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists, lawmakers told FBI director James Comey on Tuesday.