Private space company SpaceX is speeding ahead with its next project following the Falcon Heavy test: launching 12,000 satellites into space.
Uber is planning to expand into all forms of public transportation, not just car-sharing, according to the company’s chief executive, Dara Khosrowshahi.
The tech world is still recovering from the Uber Waymo trial and it now has to get ready for the next big tech case: HP v Autonomy.
Amazon is unveiling a delivery service for businesses that will compete with UPS and FedEx, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
The Twitter share price has jumped after the company reported a real profit for the first time — a major landmark for Twitter founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey and well above Wall Street expectations.
So much for faint heart never won fair lady, if at first you don’t succeed and other such romantic aphorisms.
UK MPs have flown to Washington DC this week to hold a fake news inquiry, the first House of Commons committee hearing to be broadcast outside the UK.
Rock star tech entrepreneur and CEO of space company SpaceX and electric car maker Tesla Elon Musk succeeded in dazzling investors this week when he sent a Tesla car into orbit.
Leading semiconductor company Broadcom Ltd has approached rival company Qualcomm Inc.
Apple’s acquisition of the UK music-recognition app Shazam just hit a major snag.
Elon Musk is having a big week this week.
The Uber Waymo lawsuit began earlier this week, with the two tech companies battling it out in court over self-driving technology.
Tesla and SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk is getting ready to send his own Tesla Roadster into space today with the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket.
Google-owned artificial intelligence company DeepMind claims to have trained an algorithm to spot signs of eye disease more effectively than human specialists.
Four of the global tech giants, Amazon, Alphabet, Apple and Alibaba, released their fourth-quarter results at the close of markets yesterday.
Global social media network Facebook has announced its fourth quarter results to much fanfare.
When three industry giants — Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase — announced yesterday their healthcare alliance designed to support their US employees stock in the biggest US healthcare companies took a heavy hit.
Two major stories about Twitter were published this weekend.
Google and Microsoft, two of the big technology firms in a race to build quantum computers, are set to announce major scientific milestones this week.
The UK prime minister Theresa May used her speech at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to criticise US tech giants.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has announced it is creating a new cybersecurity company, Chronicle, to detect and fight hackers.
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The current advertising-led business model of social media companies and news publishers needs to change if we are to curb the spread of fake news, according to Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. According to Wales advertising is “incredibly destructive” for journalism, prioritising the wrong incentives and encouraging click-bait style news articles. Wales was speaking at the
Social media giant Facebook has grown faster than almost anyone could have expected over the past 11 years.
The technology industry has become so big and so powerful that it needs regulating, according to Salesforce’s chief executive, Marc Benioff.
Facebook innovated social media and has established itself as a major player in the virtual reality space.
Tesla’s chief executive Elon Musk is so confident in his business he has tied his pay strictly to Tesla’s stock performance and profit.
Social media giant Facebook is concerned over the level of digital skills training and fake news across Europe.
Amazon and Google, two of the US’s biggest tech companies, have been having some public spats.
Facebook is launching another investigation into Russian interference ahead of the Brexit referendum in 2016.