As Democrats on Capitol Hill approve Trump's cabinet nominees, some of America's biggest tech companies have filed an impassioned legal brief against the President's controversial policy
The era of satisfying morals but questionable returns is over as businesses and investors wake up to the power of ethics
The number of Snap's daily active users grew to an average of 158 million at the end of December, up 48 per cent year-on-year
The monetary value of Google’s brand rose by 24 per cent last year to $109.5bn
‘It’s painful to see the personal cost of this executive order on our colleagues’
Revenues rose thanks to an increase in YouTube advertising but the company paid a higher rate of tax than a year earlier
Instant Tethering lets you piggyback off another connection when you lose web access
Google claims it minimally impacts data usage and won't drain your battery
Cross-party inquiry to be launched amid fears inaccurate stories are undermining democracy
Most smartphone users are used to calling on their virtual assistants for help – but what happens when our voice-activated aides make the move to other devices in our lives? Andrew Griffin investigates
Labour Department says the demand is designed to ensure company isn't discriminating against workers based on gender or race
Google is a company of frightening scope. The sheer amount of info it has on internet users is astounding, and the fact that so many of us are reliant on its apps to function means it should only keep growing.
The technique, also known as the 'Double Irish', meant the company paid a rate of just 6.4% on its global earnings
The move towards transparency has been set by firms like Yahoo and Signal
Google Maps is now wheelchair-friendly.
The company only makes changes to its results in very specific cases, like when a law is being broken