US technology giants Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook have taken the top five places in a new ranking of the world’s most valuable brands.
For the past few days, Google DeepMind’s artificial intelligence (AI) program AlphaGo has been battling the world’s top Go player in China.
British prime minister Theresa May will today urge G7 leaders today to join her in pushing for technology companies to step up their efforts to counter online extremism.
Apple has launched a new website aiming to persuade people currently using an Android phone to switch and buy an iPhone.
Ford Motor Company has replaced its chief executive Mark Fields with Jim Hackett.
Customers are increasingly turning to their smartphones to pay for products in the UK.
Tech giant Google’s I/O developer conference is taking place this week and the opening keynote speech offered an insight into the company’s latest products and updates.
A partnership which saw the UK’s National Health System (NHS) share the medical records of 1.6m patients with Google has been deemed inappropriate by the top data protection adviser to the NHS.
Some technologists believe that physical wallets will be the next victim of the smartphone revolution, joining a graveyard that includes phone booths, pocket cameras, and iPods.
Thailand’s military government, otherwise known as the junta, has demanded that social media giant Facebook takes down content insulting the Southeast Asian country’s monarchy.
Household appliances are being revolutionised by technology, shortening the time spent on chores and young people are already on board.
We’ve all already got phone subscriptions but we’re going to get more anyway.
Google’s life-science arm, Verily, is initiating Project Baseline — a 10,000 person study to gain a better understanding of people’s predisposition to various illnesses.
We all know that you can’t trust everything you read on the internet.
Google Home, the search engine’s hands-free voice activated smart assistant will be unveiled next month.
After Google came under fire for ads appearing on extremist content, the tech company has vowed to clean up its act.
Google Cloud Next, the tech company’s annual conference covering everything that is happening and will happen in the online cloud space, took place earlier this month.
Extremists have made an estimated £250,000 ($310,000) from advertisements for UK brands on Google, according to a Times investigation.
The world’s first smart jacket — Levi’s Commuter Trucker, in both men’s and women’s sizes, will go on sale later this year for $350 (£288).
GV, formerly Google Ventures, the search giant’s venture capital arm announced its first investment in a European fintech company today.
Last year the wearables market looked bleak.
The use of social media by terrorist groups to radicalise young people, and the rise of right-wing extremism, means tech companies are trying to monitor user content more closely.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has accused Uber of stealing its self-driving car technology.
Today, some of the most popular online search engines including Google and Bing, promised to make it harder for users to access illegal streaming websites.
Espionage is traditionally associated with James Bond and Cold War films, but life insurers have joined the spy game too.