Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has defended his decision to condemn the recent terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine on free speech grounds, despite his company’s willingness to censor some content.
If the Swiss National Bank can’t stand the heat about to emerge from the European Central Bank’s monetary kitchen, Mario Draghi must be cooking something explosive, right?
TV on the internet is now an arms race, and in signing Woody Allen, Amazon Prime has delivered a nuclear blast to the competition
99.9% of the time, Twitter is awesome. But until social media manners catch up with the real world, some of us will have to delete the app just to feel safe
Spotify added 10 million new users in the last two months of 2014, taking it to 60 million at the end of the year according to new figures published by the streaming music company.
David Cameron has been offered the chance to take part in a live digital pre-election debate with the leaders of all the UK’s five main political parties – thereby meeting his demand for the Green party to be included.
Apple paid out $10bn to developers of apps for its iPhone and iPad in 2014, taking its total paid out since its App Store’s launch in 2008 to $25bn.
The prospect of TV election debates between the party leaders has suffered a huge blow after David Cameron said he will not participate in them if the Green party is excluded.
No, Bill Gates isn’t giving away $5,000 if you share his Facebook photo.
Unilever, as chief executive Paul Polman noted with satisfaction, gets its full-year results out smartly these days.
MPs across the political spectrum on Tuesday welcomed the Sun’s decision to no longer run images of topless models on Page 3 of the newspaper.