The governor of Indiana strongly defends his contentious religious freedom law, amid a backlash from gay rights supporters, including some famous names.
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.
Two former US agents are charged with stealing digital currency that came into their possession during an investigation into the notorious marketplace.
British Airways' Executive Club, the code-sharing site GitHub and the work chat service Slack have all been hit by cyber-attacks.
A much-heralded entrepreneurship revolution is sweeping the continent, but access to high-speed internet remains poor. Is fibre optic cable the answer?
World champion Lewis Hamilton expects to sign a new Mercedes contract this week that could be worth more than £27m a year.
Adam Voges and Fawad Ahmed are included in Australia's 17-man squad to play England in this summer's Ashes Test series.
When a 2.7m snake attacked one of their number, a group of sifakas banded together to drive it off and wound up killing it
When nuclear-powered submarines reach the end of their lives, dismantling them is a complicated and laborious process. Paul Marks investigates.
Xi’an’s Silk Road roots continue to fuel one of the city’s most interesting modern-day enclaves.
As a radical new two-string violin goes on display in New York, Clemency Burton-Hill looks at some other odd examples, from the octobass to the theremin.
As Australians become the oldest people to retire around the world, the career landscape is changing. How seniors are embracing the next chapter.
Go-anywhere, survive-anything transportation can be had for a dear price. A desirable new outlier, though, remains strictly off-limits.
Australia has introduced a new rule to ensure two people are in the cockpit at all times, following the Germanwings air crash last week.