Facebook has been hit with a maximum penalty fine of £500,000 for its handling of users’ data in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Uber’s chief people officer has become the latest casualty of the alleged discriminatory culture within the popular ride-hailing company, but who is Liane Hornsey?
The EU has made its decision on the controversial Article 13.
Amazon is progressively increasing its presence in the retail sphere, from the acquisition of up-market grocer Whole Foods for $13.78bn last year to the opening of its first physical store, Amazon Go, in Seattle in January.
Apple and Samsung have finally settled a seven-year patent dispute over the design of the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S.
Generation Z — covering those born approximately between 1996 and 2015 — is the first to grow up not knowing a world without the internet.
Uber is making its case to a London court this week that it is “fit and proper” to hold an operator licence in the capital.
In an attempt to keep its stars happy, YouTube has announced the addition of a new talent option that will allow content creators with more than 100,000 subscribers to sell memberships to their fans.
General Electric, one of the original members of Dow Jones Industrial Average, has lost its place in the market index after the company’s long-standing financial difficulties.
Intel has announced that it is removing CEO Brian Krzanich after it discovered he had previously engaged in a consensual relationship with an employee, in violation of company policy.
Aside from its ecommerce business, Amazon has spent years crafting plenty of proprietary technology.
Anything you can do, AI can do better.
The internet is all aflutter today over the vote on ‘Article 13’ by the EU parliament.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has accused one employee of conducting “extensive and damaging sabotage” to the electric car manufacturer in a company-wide email sent yesterday.
Elon Musk’s Boring Company has won a bid to build a high-speed express train to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, providing extra credibility to the company’s ambitious plans to build hyperloop transport systems in Washington and Los Angeles.
Two federal decisions, the repeal of net neutrality and the merger of AT&T and Time Warner, have disturbed the US telecommunications market this week, putting companies such as Netflix under threat.
This month marks five years since the revelation that the NSA and other security agencies were engaging in mass surveillance rocked the world.
Which nation has the largest economy in 2018, and where is the fastest growth projected?
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Apple’s latest Safari update is designed to make it more difficult for Facebook to track users.
As controversies surrounding Facebook’s data sharing practices stack up, the spotlight continues to shine on chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has been busy recently with concerns from shareholders, as well as from US Congress and the European Parliament.
Microsoft has acquired the software development platform GitHub for $7.5bn in stock, it was announced today.
Apple’s worldwide developers conference kicks off today in San Jose, California, and, as ever, speculation abounds over just how the tech giant plans to update its software.
Google’s Project Sunroof tool has launched in the UK, allowing homeowners to work out how much money they could save by installing solar panels on their homes.
iPhone maker Apple has been awarded $539 million in its near seven-year patent battle with rival Samsung.
In his first appearance in Europe since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of the European Parliament in Brussels to answer questions from 12 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from various political groups.
Snapchat users tend to be aged between 18 and 24, with 45% falling into this age group, and the app’s monthly active users reach more than 300 million.
The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a controversial new tax last night to charge the city’s largest business per worker in order to tackle homelessness and a housing crisis.
The Snap share price has dropped after hours in New York after the Snapchat parent company announced its latest redesign of its disappearing messaging app.
Did an army of Russian Twitter bots help propel Labour and Jeremy Corbyn to a surprisingly positive result in the 2017 UK general election?
The Spotify share price has fallen sharply at the US market open in New York after the company posted underwhelming first quarter results last night — Spotify’s first earnings release since its market debut in April.