Microsoft Corp says it will allow most of its employees to clock in up to half their weekly working hours from home, providing greater flexibility even after offices start reopening.
The hack has raised questions about Twitter’s security as it serves as a megaphone for politicians ahead of November's election.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
We speak to an expert on conspiracy theories who tells us why people hold onto unfounded beliefs even when presented with the facts.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who made the company one of the world's most valuable technology firms, stepped down from the board to focus on philanthropic works related to global health, education and climate change.
Members of the European Union parliament are starting to get a whiff that EU waste management schemes in Lebanon are bogus, and the former EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is in the firing line.
The report highlights five areas for which investment is needed most urgently: early warning systems, climate-resilient infrastructure, water resources, dryland agriculture and mangrove protection.
Top executives and managing partners of private Dubai–based equity firm Abraaj Capital Ltd have been arrested on US charges for defrauding their investors which included the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
TerraPower reached an agreement with state-owned China National Nuclear Corp in 2017 to build an experimental nuclear reactor in Beijing. But the plan fell though after new US restrictions on technology deals with China.
Robots are replacing people at an alarming rate and the co-founder of Microsoft fears this could cause social unrest if workers are left with no opportunities to find work.
An Oxfam report published to coincide with the week-long World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, says the world's eight richest people, all men, are as wealthy as the planet's 3.6 billion poorest people.
We bring you the winners and losers of the week, from underwater airports and robots writing symphonies to ginormous buses and driverless cars
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