Google could face fines of up to 10 percent of the company's annual global revenue for formal charges from European regulators, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, IBM and Microsoft are joining forces to create a new AI partnership dedicated to advancing public understanding of the sector, as well as coming up with standards for future researchers to abide by.
Sleeping in other people’s beds has turned out to be a goldmine for rental startup Airbnb. The controversial Silicon Valley company has raised another half a billion dollars from investors at a price that values the company at $30bn.
Google has launched its latest mobile chat app, Allo, and with it Google Assistant – a chatbot that can be used in online conversations with friends.
Brian O’Connor, the character presumed to be written out of the Fast & Furious movie franchise following the death of the actor who played him, may yet return for future films, Paul Walker’s brothers have revealed.
It doesn't look like Google Glass will be hitting the shelves in time for this holiday season. The tech company is pushing back its release date of the connected eyewear to 2014, according to a Computerworld report.
Christopher Graham has admitted the Russian webcam website cannot be quickly shut down.
The nationwide measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in Southern California is now hitting home in the tech community in Northern California, with word this week that a LinkedIn employee in the San Francisco office may have exposed hundreds of Bay Area commuters to the disease.
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Twitter, Facebook and 56 other technology companies have joined together to reject calls for weakening encryption saying it would be “exploited by the bad guys”.
The unicorn club is filling up, and it's causing unease among investors.
There’s nothing particularly surprising about allegations of gender discrimination at a Silicon Valley tech firm.
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
There are no second acts in American lives. There are only Series B financing rounds.
The European commission’s inquiry into Google’s search monopoly is often compared to the antitrust investigation of Microsoft.
Here is an idea for a fun game. Imagine playing with online trading cards, where you’re buying and selling virtual people.