Google’s Alphabet just lost an “N”, after location-based gaming department Niantic Labs announced that it is going independent.
His big break ended before it began when he took it too far for Facebook.
Twitter’s standalone app for live-streaming video, Periscope, now has nearly two million daily active users watching 40 years of broadcasts a day.
Windows 10 sends identifiable information to Microsoft, even if a user turns off its Bing search and Cortana features, and activates the software’s privacy-protection settings.
Tinder's chief executive Christopher Payne will step down from his role and Sean Rad - the co-founder of the dating-app - will take his place effective immediately, the company revealed late Wednesday U.S. time.
Mobile games developer Noodlecake Studios is having some fun at online pirates’ expense, uploading a version of its latest game to filesharing services that is impossible to complete.
The Russian government’s technology and internet watchdog is threatening to block Reddit across the country if it does not remove a thread dedicated to growing cannabis.
Computer company Dell is dumping a team of cleaning staff just two months after they signed a new contract giving them better pay and new protections against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Tax investigators in Spain have raided Google’s Madrid offices, in the latest investigation into the group’s tax affairs.