Twitter continued to be mired in red ink during the first quarter despite continued and accelerating growth of activity on its site, amid revenue headwinds.
Ride-hailing app Uber Technologies has revealed plans to open up a network of flying cars as early as 2020.
The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, has set out plans to create a community news service that links a team of professional reporters with a large network of volunteer 'citizen journalists'.
European passengers travelling to the US may face a ban on bringing their laptops on board as Donald Trump weighs up plans to restrict the use of computers on flights from Europe.
Jack Ma, the CEO of Chinese retail giant Alibaba Group, has warned that the upcoming decades will be painful for the global economy as major transformations related to the internet take place.
Bank of England chief Mark Carney announced the opening of the fourth round of applications for its FinTech accelerator, which would focus on maintaining privacy on so-called distributed ledgers and the use of big data to support its analysis.
Foreign governments may have interfered in the UK's referendum on EU membership last year, a parliamentary committee has found.
Japanese electronics firm Toshiba has increased doubts about its future after the release of its twice-delayed quarterly results on Tuesday, which were posted without the aproval of the company’s auditors.