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We're searching the internet day and night — and it's changing the way we live and do business

Just a few years ago, we had only one or two devices that connected to the internet. Now, we're in the era of being "always on" and always searching. During breakfast, we use our phones to look up information on that new kitchen appliance. Show More Summary

Why landing a flying, fire-breathing Red Dragon on Mars is huge

Putting such a large spacecraft on Mars is unprecedented for a nation or company.

Google and HP make a Chromebook Pixel replacement for half the price

3200×1800 IPS screen, up to 16GB of RAM, and Skylake Core M CPUs all sound good.

PS4 boosts Sony to first full-year profit in three years

17.7 million PS4s shipped, but smartphone business continues to struggle.

App watches you take your pills and knows when you’re faking

A smartphone app monitors drug trial participants to ensure they take their medication correctly, and can also check that people finish courses of antibiotics

Mozilla fixed a bug in Firefox that was discovered by British spy agency GCHQ

Mozilla has fixed a security flaw in its Firefox web browser that was discovered by a team of people working for British spy agency GCHQ, The Register reports. Mozilla says on its website that the National Technical Authority for Information Assurance (CESG) discovered a flaw in the way that Firefox handles JavaScript. Show More Summary

The CEO of Priceline is resigning due to a personal relationship with an employee

The CEO of Priceline Group is stepping down for a "personal conduct issue" according to a release from the company. " Mr. Huston resigned following an investigation overseen by independent members of the Board of Directors of the facts and circumstances surrounding a personal relationship that Mr. Show More Summary

A startup you've never heard just got acquired by a major pharmaceutical company for $5.8 billion

Stemcentrx, a startup with backing from Silicon Valley investors including Artis Ventures and Founders Fund, was just acquired by AbbVie for $5.8 billion. Stemcentrx is in clinical trials of drugs designed to treat cancer by targeting...Show More Summary

Topshop has launched a startup accelerator focused on wearables

Topshop has launched a startup programme in a bid to identify wearable technologies that could be of interest to its consumers, according to Fashion & Mash. Through the accelerator, known as Top Pitch, the British fashion retailer is...Show More Summary

Analysts are going gaga for Facebook's earnings beat (FB)

Facebook smashed it. The social-network giant beat expectations when it reported its first-quarter earnings on Wednesday, sending stock soaring in after-hours trading by 8% to an all-time high. The growth comes off the back of the company's...Show More Summary

Don't start celebrating Samsung's bumper earnings just yet

Samsung has announced some promising quarterly earnings — but it's not out of the woods just yet. The South Korean electronics giant has posted a year-on-year 12% jump in profits for the first quarter, and a 6% surge in revenues. Its...Show More Summary

Apple throws open doors to CareKit, shows off the first four apps

Company hopes open source platform transforms everyday gadgets into medical hubs.

As US drops “cyber bombs,” ISIS retools its own cyber army

Recent merger of ISIS-affiliated hacking teams seen as attempt to build credible threat.

SpaceX claims it can get to Mars by 2018 – what are its chances?

The timeline could slip, but industry experts are remarkably optimistic about Elon Musk's company's chances of landing a craft on Mars in the next few years

Spotify has acquired a San Francisco startup that creates concert photo albums for artists

Spotify has acquired a San Francisco startup called CrowdAlbum for an undisclosed fee. CrowdAlbum is a platform that aggregates photos and videos from music events that have been shared on social media. The "albums" that CrowdAlbum creates...Show More Summary

A big investment bank just signed up to lend over £40 million on mortgage funding platform LendInvest

LendInvest, an online platform for financing short-term mortgages, has signed a warehouse financing deal with Australian investment bank Macquarie. The deal gives LendInvest access to over £40 million to fund mortgages with. LendInvest...Show More Summary

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