Facebook has today launched its much overdue Messenger application for the iPad.
Managers in Silicon Valley call it the “Dave rule”: to assure proper gender balance you must have at least as many women on your team as guys named Dave.
Nearly one in five of the most visited sites on the internet are being blocked by the adult content filters installed on Britain's broadband and mobile networks.
Today's Apple latest features all new analyst predictions, and is Apple dropping a big hint by cutting the amount you can now get for an iPhone trade-in?
Samsung says that an external audit found labour violations at dozens of its suppliers in China, including failure to provide safety gear and excessive working hours, but that none involved child workers.
Today's Microsoft latest features the crackdown on malware websites, and the announcement of two new Vaio laptops.
Apple has just cheapened and upgraded the iPod touch as well as kicking off their Back-to-school promo campaign.
Today the cost of accessing the internet in EU countries has dropped by more than a half.
It is probably Silicon Valley's most striking mantra: “Fail fast, fail often.” It is recited at technology conferences, pinned to company walls, bandied in conversation.
Last holiday season, Amazon rolled out new deals every 10 minutes.
Alas, poor Zune: Microsoft’s long-doomed answer to the iPod has finally given up the ghost, according to a quiet and brief eulogy posted on Microsoft’s support pages on Sunday.
A smartphone battery that lasts longer than a day might be out of reach of most people for the moment, but a large one that charges to 48% in five minutes is on the way.