Twitter has appointed its commerce chief Nathan Hubbard as interim media head, according to reports.
Donald Rumsfeld, the two-time US secretary of defence who presided over the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, has released a video game.
Google’s attempt to counter criticism of its tax arrangements by agreeing to make a back payment of £130m in the UK unravelled after claims that the internet giant had effectively paid an annual rate of corporation tax of just 2.77% over the last decade.
Apple and Google are rivals. So why is Google the default search engine for mobile Safari, which is the pre-installed web browser on iPads and iPhones?
Amazon is creating more than 2,500 permanent jobs in the UK this year as it expands across the country.
Google has agreed a deal with British tax authorities to pay £130m in back taxes and bear a greater tax burden in future. The deal will cover a decade of underpayment of UK taxes by the company, which has been criticised in the past for its tax avoidance policies.
Google banned almost 800m “bad” adverts from its online ad networks last year as the web giant continued to crack down on advertising fraud.
Apple started 2016 with the boast that its App Store customers had spent more than $1.1bn on apps and in-app purchases over the Christmas period, including $144m on New Year’s Day alone.
Silicon Valley is now an open combatant in the war against Islamic extremism.