At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, tech CEOs say full privacy online is impossible.
At the World Economic Forum, a Twitter leaderboard is giving the planet's most elite a way to see who's leading the conversation. Cue the snark.
Better known as Ser Davos Seaforth in Westeros, Liam Cunningham chats to CNET about the incredible popularity of Game of Thrones, his fingerless gloves and the show's enduring legacy.
While in Sydney, Sofia Chang, VP and GM of HBO, has made some carefully worded comments on Australia's penchant for getting Game of Thrones via BitTorrent.
As season 4 of the hit series is confirmed to air on 7 April, in tandem with the US' East Coast debut, we hear the cast of the show speak at a London Q&A.
In an interview with Wired, the inventor of the World Wide Web stresses the importance of an open environment following efforts by certain countries to centralize the Web.
Even though AT&T said earlier this week that it had no immediate plans to acquire UK-based Vodafone, the US carrier may consider a takeover of the company later this year, according to a report.
Yahoo hasn't been known for search since Google took that crown long ago. Can CEO Marissa Mayer turn the company into a player again? She's trying.
The arrival of a new generation of well-heeled techies triggers laments about counterculture ruin in the Nevada desert. Sorry, but you can put a sock in it.
With his comment that tablets will soon die out, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins is just the latest to offer a bold prediction about the future of technology. Will he be the latest to blow it?