The search giant could switch from the currently favoured x86 processors designed by Intel to their customized system based on ARM designs
The country already has some of the most relaxed laws on medically-assisted suicide in the world
New York critics split on the Lord of the Rings star's performance in David Leveaux's production of the Shakespeare classic
Phablet sales in the Asian-Pacific region rose by 620 per cent from 2012 to 2013, with most of the sales thanks to Samsung's Galaxy Note
Media commentator David Carr identifies 'British invasion' of talent
The endorsement of Nike’s latest hi-tech, wearable exercise gadget by Apple boss Tim Cook as his favoured fashion accessory will no doubt help propel sales of the Fuelband. Will Dean takes a closer look at £129 device to see if it really sheds the pounds
Media empire's new design is based on the handwriting of its executive chairman
The channel hopes to create 'shareable, emotionally compelling video content for a highly-mobile, video-driven generation'
The Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act has come into effect
The Washington Post will probably start charging online readers for access to newspaper articles in the middle of next year, a person familiar with the plans said.
Pundit sidelined after on-air row over Ohio result on election night
The bald head apparently now represents potency and decisiveness, but shiny-headed men are still on the sidelines
Stephen Foley says some of the oil giant's American employees are now set to face criminal charges
Public face of newspaper Stuart Kuttner, now 71, is drawn in to scandal
Interview: George R R Martin - The best-selling author brought grit to fantasy fiction – and he hopes the 'Game of Thrones' TV adaptation will keep it real
The President is under pressure to sack Desiree Rogers, after she was blamed for letting in White House gatecrashers