Snapchat has received a timely boost with respected Amazon executive Tim Stone agreeing to come on board.
The British foreign secretary is leaving no stone unturned in his bid to keep the Iran accord in play.
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Volkswagen's former CEO is squarely in the sights of the US Justice Department and German prosecutors, after being indicted on charges of conspiracy and wire fraud.
The data analytics firm at the centre of Facebook's privacy scandal claims the opprobrium levelled at it by the media led to its bankruptcy.
Tinder's stock took a hit when Mark Zuckerberg declared he wanted to help Facebook's 200 million 'single' members find love, and this has led to some brutal responses from the owners of the popular dating app.
What Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims to be evidence, is nothing more than a beat up of old issues to aid Donald Trump's move against Iran, officials say.
T-Mobile US Inc expects its $26 billion (all stock) acquisition of Sprint Corp to be approved by no later than the first half of 2019, despite the merger being rejected by antitrust officials in Washington four years ago.
Amazon.com Inc has reportedly agreed to fork out $65 million a year to renew its streaming deal with the NFL for Thursday night fixtures, while at the same time announcing a price hike to its subscription service.
The NASA satellite known as TESS is heading towards its proper orbit where it will begin its quest to find new planets and contribute to the search for alien life.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has reportedly sent an email to his employees telling them to walk out of meetings if they're not productive, as the company aims to double production.
An American airport has found that smart glass capable of adjusting for sunlight exposure results in travellers hanging around longer and spending more.
After banning gay content on Friday, Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo has reversed its decision amid swift and overwhelming opposition from the public.
Mark Zuckerberg is under growing pressure to stand down as chairman, with Facebook investors calling for him to be replaced by an independent executive.
A highly exclusive dating app is being accused of promoting class segregation, but the founder insists it's just about bringing people with similar interests together.
Digital currency exchanges now have to comply with Australia's financial intelligence agency, as the government cracks down on money laundering and terrorism financing through cryptocurrency.
If you don't want targeted ads on your news feed then you'll have to pay for it, says Mark Zuckerberg.
With competitors Amazon and Alphabet making significant strides in the machine learning and AI sector, Apple has headhunted one of Google's key players to ensure it keeps pace.
The Swedish music streaming company listed on the New York Stock Exchange without a safety net, and the result was one of the largest ever first-day valuations for a tech company.
After opening fire at YouTube's sprawling campus and injuring at least three employees, the female suspect was found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The public will soon have an app with an emergency button that will enable their videos and photos of public incidents to be turned into real-time intelligence for first responders.
The US President says he's standing up for the postal service and brick-and-mortar retailers, others believe Amazon shareholders are paying the price for his long-standing grudge with CEO Jeff Bezos.
The Silicon Valley power broker says the social media giant has spun out of control because of its business model and needs reining in.
Elon Musk could be worth up to $50 billion more in 2028, as Tesla's shareholders agree to an eye-watering incentive package that will vest only if he hits a number of ambitious financial targets.
The Facebook CEO has admitted to 'mistakes' over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but with lawmakers breathing down his neck has failed to explain why it took a media probe for the company to finally investigate the Big Data firm.
Residents of an upstate New York town are concerned about the energy consumption of cryptocurrency miners, and council has responded with a moratorium on new applications.
Facebook's inaction over the illegal harvesting of data from 50 million unsuspecting users has caused uproar, and authorities want answers from CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The likes of Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and leading entrepreneur Steve Baxter have been warning the Australian government about the tech skills shortage for years, and now at last it is taking steps to correct the situation.
Rihanna is the latest A-list celebrity to damage the reputation of Snapchat, after she shamed the under-fire social media app for an ad which seems to mock domestic violence.
Elizabeth Holmes was America's youngest billionaire, the inventor whose technology would change the landscape of medicine globally, but the SEC has confirmed it was all built on lies.
Space battles have long been a main ingredient of big-screen blockbusters, but they could soon be a reality if President Trump's comments are anything to go by.
GlobalGuard combines AI and blockchain technology to help businesses fend off cyber attacks.
On the advice of the US foreign investment watchdog, the President has closed the door on Broadcom's takeover of Qualcomm.
Space X has accelerated its push towards Mars colonisation, with Elon Musk revealing that the super rocket currently in construction could be ready to launch early in 2019.
The list of Mattel's "shero" dolls lengthens as a host of wonder women are honoured with miniature models of themselves.
An Australian company has integrated machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop technology that will put an end to supermarket checkout cheating.
News Corp and Telstra are inching closer to the public listing of the combined Foxtel entity, after the two parties indicated the merger will be finalised within the next four months.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is cracking down on cryptocurrency companies operating outside of its laws.
Spotify has filed for a direct public offering, a risky listing strategy that could see its ordinary shares dive "significantly and rapidly".
In a week, Vero has gone from obscurity to the hottest app in social media. But its rise in popularity has been matched by the shady business dealings of its founder.
The federal government says manufacturers have been too slow to replace the defective Takata airbags, so it has issued a compulsory recall to get them off Australian roads.
An inquiry has begun to ascertain what personal information the tech giants are gathering on their Australian consumers.
An attachment that turns semi-automatic weapons into machine guns will soon be banned under the orders of the President.
A medical device facility is taking a fresh approach to staff retention.
Unbeknown to Matt Berriman, he was battling bipolar disorder while leading his tech start-up to dizzying heights. Now he's made the brave decision to open up about the mental illness as he relieves himself of the day-to-day responsibilities as CEO.
Space X's super rocket has taken off without hiccup, and space enthusiasts are seeing it as one giant leap towards Musk's ultimate goal of settling Mars.
Telstra saw itself owning the 'next Youtube' but its huge investment in a Silicon Valley start-up came to nought.
On the eve of the Foxtel-Fox Sports merger, Peter Tonagh feels 'the time is right' to move on, paving the way for Patrick Delany's succession.
An Australian student has found that a 'heat map' created by a fitness tracking company has compromised secret military bases all over the world.
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Customers walk in, take what they want and then walk out — it gives a new meaning to the term convenience store.
Cryptocurrency theft has become a lucrative enterprise for cyber-criminals, with a reported $1.2 billion worth of Bitcoin and Ether being stolen in the last decade.
The iPhone maker will take advantage of the new tax legislation and repatriate hundreds of billions in overseas profits to invest domestically.
The auto-maker that it will increase its investment in the electric vehicle market from $4.5 billion to $11 billion.
A private firm's ship is en route to a search area off the west coast of Australia, aiming to locate the wreckage of the passenger jet that vanished in 2014.
Woodman’s 2018 salary was slashed on the back of GoPro announcing lower than expected preliminary results from the 2017 Fourth Quarter.
With the collection of biometric data becoming a business norm, security experts stress a line needs to be drawn.
Australian-led Crypto Company has been suspended from trading for two weeks to protect investors.
Britain First, American Renaissance and League of the South have had their accounts suspended, but former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and other high-profile white nationalists have avoided the cull as Twitter's new policy enforcement raises eyebrows.
At least seven people have died and another 77 have been injured after an Amtrak passenger train careered of the rails and crashed onto the motorway below.
Less than six months after being released from prison, Curtis has been handed the keys to a start-up aiming to raise $60 million for the roll-out of a controversial healthcare app.
After big-name companies recently pulled advertising with the Google-owned platform, YouTube is set to spend big to better control its content.
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British MPs ask Mark Zuckerberg to search for evidence of Russian meddling.
NBN will roll out new ultra-speed technology next year, but most Australians with FTTN connections won't see a difference.
Despite still being tied up in a Federal Court challenge, the competition watchdog has ruled out mobile roaming.
Parliament to vote on Bitcoin regulation and developers prepare for Bitcoin Gold split as value soars.
The use of copper and cable instead of fibre in NBN connections is causing rising tensions across Australia.
Fraudsters posing as CEOs are stealing millions from companies all over the world.
From Sydney to Shepparton councils have thrown their support behind a high-speed rail network and pop-up cities.
DeepMind created an AI that took three days of self-learning to become the Chinese game's greatest ever strategist.
Facebook and Google are being accused of aiding a scare campaign and influencing the 2016 presidential race.
The WikiLeaks founder is chasing justice for fellow whistleblower Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was killed in a car bomb this week after uncovering corruption within the Maltese government.
Qantas unveils Dreamliner that will carry Australians over to London with direct 17 hour flights.
A mass Mitsubishi recall is underway due to a defect that can cut out an engine without notice.
A hacker has obtained sensitive information on Australian spy planes and warships, after infiltrating a subcontracting firm with a hacking tool popular in China.
Up to 10 years battery life, deeper penetration of coverage and low cost services, are just some of the advantages of Vodafone’s NB-IoT rollout.
The Minister will detail today, in his keynote address at the National Energy Summit, that the falling costs of wind and solar energy, including battery storage capacity, are likely to enable emissions reduction without compromising affordability and reliability.
The facial recognition software known as The Capability, previously matched CCTV footage to passport photos, but the addition of drivers’ licence headshots will expand the catalogue significantly.
The EU competition authority has concluded that the retail giant accepted “illegal” tax benefits from Luxembourg, and will have to pay €250 million in back taxes.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau noted it was "almost inconceivable and certainly societally unacceptable" for a large commercial aircraft to be lost without a trace.