SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Inside the original Macintosh computer, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs inscribed the signatures of his team, revealing his deep concern for even the hidden features of his products.
EU moves closer to removing barriers for online media subscriptions
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union institutions moved a step closer on Tuesday to letting consumers access their online subscriptions for services like Netflix or Sky when they travel across the bloc.
Ireland challenges Facebook in threat to cross-border data pact
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's privacy watchdog has launched a bid to refer Facebook's data transfer mechanism to the European Union's top court in a landmark case that could put the shifting of data across the Atlantic under renewed legal threat.
Videogame publisher Take-Two lowers full-year profit forecast
(Reuters) - Take-Two Interactive Software Inc, best known for its hugely popular "Grand Theft Auto" video game series, cut its profit forecast for its fiscal year 2017, largely due to higher royalty payments.
Volkswagen launches U.S. electric vehicle infrastructure unit
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen Group of America on Tuesday announced a U.S. subsidiary that will manage $2 billion in investments in zero emission vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure and awareness programs over a decade as part of a court settlement on its excess diesel emissions.
Autodesk to name new CEO, extend deal with activist
(Reuters) - Software maker Autodesk Inc said on Tuesday that Chief Executive Carl Bass would step down, less than a year after it struck a deal with two activist investors agitating for changes at the company.
YouTube stars can live stream from mobile, make money from fans
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's YouTube said it was rolling out live streaming from mobile devices for users with more than 10,000 subscribers, adding a feature that will help them make money, as it takes on Facebook Live.
Toshiba courts funds as SK Hynix, Micron Technology bid for chip stake: sources
SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp favors private equity bidders in the sale of a stake in its chip business, as suitors including rivals SK Hynix Inc and Micron Technology Inc vie with financial investors like Bain Capital, sources said on Tuesday.
Singing robot and 18th Century Silver Swan star in new London exhibition
LONDON (Reuters) - A singing robot and a 244-year-old working model of a silver swan will greet visitors to a new exhibition at London's Science Museum spanning 500 years of humanity's quest to build intelligent machines.
Leak raises security concerns over Dutch voter help website
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A website used by millions of Dutch voters to test their political preferences was quietly keeping a tally of how many were matched with each party, a security researcher who penetrated the site said on Tuesday.