Microsoft plans to increase prices for some enterprise services by up to 22% in Britain following the plunge in the pound.
The apparent lack of interest in Twitter by potential suitors may force the social media company to consider some dramatic moves.
Google opens a pop-up store in New York’s trendy Soho neighbourhood to let people get their hands on new devices.
Microsoft’s quarterly sales and earnings topped analysts’ estimates, boosted by growing demand for cloud-based software and services.
Samsung’s woes over the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone have moved into the courtroom.
Netflix surged more than 20 percent after reporting its streaming service signed up 3.57 million subscribers in the third quarter.
British mobile phone group Vodafone partners with Iran’s HiWeb to help it modernise its mobile network and IT infrastructure.
As Samsung works to stop the Note 7 recall from tainting its entire brand, some fans say they are not worried.
Amazon.com has unveiled a music streaming service that lets users access a vast catalogue of songs on demand.
YouTube seals deal to buy FameBit - a marketplace where video-makers can connect with brands interested in sponsoring their creations.
Facebook is carrying on its fight with the US Internal Revenue Service over taxes relating to its transfer of global operations to Ireland in 2010.
Samsung’s stumbling response to the Galaxy Note 7 saga has many consumers reconsidering their loyalty to the brand.
Technology companies from Google to IBM are racing to infuse web-linked devices with software that helps them think like people.
Google, Salesforce.com and The Walt Disney Company are reportedly no longer interested in making a play for Twitter.
Samsung suspends production of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after reports of fires in replacement devices.