Cypress Boosts Bid for ISSI
Cypress Semiconductor has once again upped its bid for fellow chip maker Integrated Silicon Solution Inc., extending the takeover battle with Uphill.
Bits Blog: Twitter’s Board Hires Search Firm to Find Next C.E.O.
The board of directors appointed Spencer Stuart, an executive recruiting firm, to help it identify and consider inside and outside candidates to...
Someone is turning Wikipedia into a $500K book set
It's going to take two weeks to upload, and the table of contents will be 91 volumes alone, but Michael Mandiberg is determined to bring the...
GCHQ Intercepted Human Rights Group Data
The latest court finding of unlawful behaviour by GCHQ comes after it intercepted communications from human rights groups.
Carly Fiorina supporters hope Silicon Valley background will help her stay in race
Technically, Carly Fiorina is seven years younger than Hillary Clinton. Technologically, Fiorina's supporters say, they are a century apart.
Bits Blog: How SurveyMonkey Is Coping After the Death of Dave Goldberg
SurveyMonkey’s executives have had to navigate the process of replacing Mr. Goldberg, while running a company on the cusp of significant growth —...
First FAA-approved drone deliveries coming July 17
Drone deliveries in the U.S. will soon be an official, government-sanctioned activity.
Uber Bans Guns in Its Cars
Uber Technologies has become the latest high-profile company to thrust itself into the gun debate with a decision this month prohibiting drivers...
£1,000 Humanoid Robot Sells Out In One Minute
The hefty price tag for the 1.2-metre tall robot did not deter early adopters, who will also have to pay £125 each month in fees.
The Power Of Taylor Swift In Seven Song Titles
The singer and Spotify are Never Ever Getting Back Together but we explain why Apple has chosen to keep the global star on side.
Instagram 'Blacklisted' In N Korea After Fire
The apparent crackdown comes after photos of a hotel fire leaked out of the country on social media.
Apple Changes Tune After Swift Speaks Out
Apple says it is bowing to concerns raised by Taylor Swift and will pay royalties to artists during a three-month free trial period for the service.