With Snapchat's parent reportedly gearing up for an IPO, the founders and early investors are set to reel in billions of dollars in profit.
America in the 1960s: a presidential assassination, landmark rights movements, a nuclear arms race, the birth of modern music, man landing on the moon, the beginning of Star Trek, and a controversial war abroad.
Jack Dorsey thanked Twitter staffers in a memo sent to the company around the one-year anniversary of his return as CEO.
Shares in Twitter fell more than 14% on Monday following reports that all of its rumoured potential bidders have lost interest in buying the struggling social media company.
Uber’s main British business paid only £411,000 in tax last year while the commission fees from thousands of drivers in the UK disappeared into a controversial tax structure in the Netherlands.
Online retailer eBay paid just £1.1m in tax in the UK last year, despite telling US investors that Britain was its second largest market, generating revenues of $1.4bn (£1.1bn).
Since the phenomenally successful crowd-funding campaign for Oculus Rift in 2012, the idea of an affordable – and functional – virtual reality headset has obsessed the consumer technology industry.
Depending on your outlook, the fourth title in this muscle-bound sci-fi series could easily look like an anachronism.
After two days of teasing messages on Twitter, Rockstar has officially announced Red Dead Redemption 2. The sequel to the company’s 15m-selling western adventure will launch next autumn. A trailer will arrive on YouTube this Thursday.
Twitter might have finally found some motivation to deal with its troll problem. Three and a half billion motivations, really.
The internet on Wednesday gave you another reminder that everyone has been hacked.
Microsoft has apologised to the European Commission and may face a fine after failing to abide by a ruling to give users of its Windows software choice over their web browser.
Analysts are predicting more bad news for Yahoo on Tuesday as the company releases its latest results amid a now floundering takeover bid.
For one ex-Wall Street analyst turned tech executive, a good interview uncovers what a person loves — and hates — about a prospective job opportunity.
Welcome to HITC gaming’s new feature series where we share our experiences of card, board, battle, skirmish and pen and paper role playing games.
Last week saw some interesting console news from games industry publication MCV.
"I don't believe that [CEO] Jack Dorsey can run one company effectively, let alone two," said Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at NYU.
The future is a funny place to live.