Apple fans worldwide are mourning the death of tech visionary Steve Jobs.
Flags have been lowered to half-staff at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, as employees place flowers around a white iPad with a picture of the Apple co-founder.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is funding an effort to 'reinvent the toilet'.
Although not even 30 years old yet, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been dubbed the third richest person in the tech industry.
Tablet pioneer and Xbox veteran Otto Berkes resigned from Microsoft earlier this week after a long and distinguished career at Redmond.
Fortunately, or for some unfortunately, we are nearing the end of numerous careers. Obviously, everyone would like to be remembered as a hero of their own story.
This year was among the most annoying ever because no one had a job, or money, and everyone lost their house to an ugly bank guy with a handlebar mustache and a stovepipe hat. Next year will be worse.
It looks like President Barack Obama might be a MacHead, because when given the opportunity to call out someone as the best example of a man who has achieved the American dream he picked out Steve Jobs over everyone else.
Melinda Gates is the co-leader of the highest-capital non-profit organization in the world, but she's doing an even better service for her household in not allowing any bloated Apple products.
Mark Zuckerberg is now richer than Steve Jobs, according to the Forbes 400 List of People to Tap for a Loan till Pay Day, with a personal fortune of $6.9 billion compared to Jobs' paltry $6.1 billion.
You might think it's easy for the guy who used to be the richest man in the world to create the most capital for a non-profit organization, but Bill Gates's philanthropic efforts continue to impress and garner more support than ever before.
Somewhere inside of you is a Steve Jobs, a Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerberg, stinking up the place with fabulosity. So, go make an App, today is your day.
A report that Bill Gates plans to fund the world's largest geoengineering project to date has drawn fire from environmental groups.
Ed Roberts, the creator of the world's first personal computer and mentor to Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen, has died aged 68.
Bill Gates (yes, really) and Toshiba are reported to be building a next-generation nuclear reactor.
Bill Gates is emptying out his piggybank in a futile search for just a few pennies more after the news that he's no longer the richest man in the world.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has confirmed that he isn't suffering from a chronic case of iPad envy.