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The London Underground has become even more connected thanks to Virgin Media.
It's is official, Microsoft has discontinued retail boxed copies of its Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems.
Following last week's tragic Virgin Galactic crash, we look at how dangerous space travel can really be with the top five space disasters.
A study by iPass suggests that in four years time we will have more Wi-Fi hotspots than we know what to do with.
Andy Rubin, co-founder and ‘father’ of Android, has left Google to set up a startup incubator for technology hardware.
Competing with behemoths like Google didn't come easily to AppNexus founder and CEO Brian O'Kelley. He had to get fired-more than once.
Seth Rogen is in early talks to play the Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in a high profile biopic of Steve Jobs, according to the Hollywood Reporter.Christian Bale is in line to play Jobs himself, the famed technology guru who died on 5 October 2011 of cancer.
Google has been fined 2,250 Canadian dollars for an image on Street View that captured images of a Canadian woman’s cleavage.
Tim Cook just got us closer to the day when coming out as gay isn't a big deal, says former Rep. Barney Frank.
Before you read on, I want to make one thing clear: I’m not trying to convert you. I’m not trying to lecture you or judge you. Honestly, I’m not. It may come over like that here and there, but believe me, that’s not my intent. In this piece, I’m just trying to ... explain.
In the summer of 1998, a strange press release made its way out to technology and music publications throughout the world. David Bowie, the legendary musician and cultural provocateur, would be launching his own internet service provider, offering subscription-based dial up access to the emerging online world.
An experienced, well-educated friend of mine has been looking for a job for close to six months, and I’ve been helping her with feedback on her CV.