The game is one of the most-loved franchises of the century — but there’s been no major update in the last ten years
Only five businessmen have earned the top honour
'This is kind of a strange set of words here'
The Microsoft founder is one of the only people in the tech establishment to have backed the US government rather than the tech giant
The Microsoft founder continues to top rich lists with his vast wealth
The pledge supports the World Health Organisation’s mission to reduce malaria deaths by 90% by 2030
Controversial new report calls for Bill Gates' philanthropic Foundation to undergo an international investigation
Snoop Dogg told Bill Gates to 'fix yo s***' in the expletive-laden rant
It took Gates seven years and $63 million to build his Medina, Washington, estate, named 'Xanadu 2.0'
As Mark Zuckerberg announces plans to donate 99 per cent of his Facebook shares, who are the other big beasts with deep pockets? Simon Usborne charts the most generous
The investment fund promises to 'invest boldy and wisely' in clean energy
Chancellor expected to announce Government has agreed to fund a new £1bn scheme to tackle tropical diseases
The Every Woman, Every Child initiative claims to have saved the lives of millions over the past five years
The wise knew the demise would be slow. Bill Gates gave newspapers another 50 years
New microbial fuel cells contain bacteria that produce electricity from urine as part of their natural life cycle
Thomas Penfield Jackson, who died of cancer on 16 June at the age of 76, was a federal judge in Washington who presided over a Microsoft antitrust case and ordered the software giant to be split up. He also presided over the the drug possession trial of the former Mayor of Washington, Marion Barry.