Over the last 10 years, the technology community has been stuck in the "five men and a whiteboard syndrome," based on the success of technology companies like Facebook , Twitter and Google.
This is unwelcome news if you can't defend on FIFA, really unwelcome news.
Cyber-attackers have taken down the website of the National Crime Agency (NCA) in apparent revenge for arrests made last week.
Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer delivered a piece of personal news on Tuesday: She's pregnant with twins.
Twitter has outlined its ambitions to boost the proportion of women and underrepresented minorities in its workforce, publishing targets for “a more diverse Twitter” in 2016.
On Monday, one in seven people on Earth used Facebook – 1 billion people, according to founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Numerous reports have warned of the impending demise of Ashley Madison since hackers exposed the personal information of millions of the site's users, but the online forum wants its customers to know it's still growing despite the recent scandal.
Anita Sarkeesian doesn’t give me the address of her San Francisco apartment over email.
Instagram built its community of 300 million users around a simple rule: every photo or video that they shared using its app would be square.
The chief executive of extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison has left the company after a third leak of emails and suggestions that he had affairs despite earlier denials.
It was simply too hard to compete with the public tech giants, said LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman.
Amazon’s progress toward an army of helpful robots is one step closer: a prize for the best warehouse-working “picker” machine has gone to a robot designed by a team from TU Delft Robotics Institute and Delft Robotics, both based in the Netherlands.