A sign of the tech backlash in the City by the Bay, or a random act ?
Microsoft bought Nokia last year so why are they bringing out phones that operate on a system from Google competitors?
A month ago, the proportion of women at the World Economic Forum in Davos fell from 17 percent in 2011 to 15 percent this year.
By now, veteran gamers will have seen the news and are no doubt preparing to re-ignite ancient rivalries.
Bitcoin is in a struggle to stay alive, caught in a worst-nightmare scenario of snafus that threaten not only investor money but also integrity.
Insights from a prominent Bitcoin commentator that global powers are beginning to feel threatened by cryptocurrencies.
BlackBerry is working with Chinese manufacturing company Foxconn to produce a new, cheaper smartphone that will sell for under $200, it was announced on Tuesday.
Rumours of insolvency for the Japanese bitcoin giant following long term hacking allegations
The news is out, Samsung have unveiled their new Smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and it comes packed with some great new features.
The CEO of BlackBerry has told CNBC in an exclusive interview that if the smartphone maker was offered $19 billion for its BBM messaging service, he would recommend shareholders accept it.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has some advice for women: every day, write down three things you did well.
Some of the biggest names in tech including Google, Yahoo, Facebook and T-Mobile have come out against a controversial cybersecurity bill, arguing that it fails to protect users’ privacy and could cause “collateral harm” to “innocent third parties”.
Major music labels are suing filesharing application Aurous for “willful and egregious copyright infringement” just days after its earliest alpha version launched.