Apple issued a report about global government requests it receives for user and device data and efforts to legally protect consumer privacy.
Nearly a decade after the closure of its last US factory, Apple is to create 2,000 manufacturing, engineering and construction jobs at a new plant in Arizona.
A new biography of Amazon and its founder Jeff Bezos claims to be "the definitive story" of the company, but one Amazon reviewer is distinctly unimpressed: Bezos' wife MacKenzie.
The days of BlackBerry as we know it are numbered, experts said Monday.
Twitter, after canvassing professional investors for a week on how much they would be willing to pay for its shares, raised the asking price of its stock by 25% on Monday.
BlackBerry moved to oust CEO Thorsten Heins while jettisoning a buyout by Fairfax Financial in one fell swoop on Monday, as the company struggled to stanch both a market share and stock price in free fall.
A barge in San Francisco Bay that's attracting more attention than Google Glass can mean only one thing: Google is preparing for a biblical flood.
'We've only just scratched the surface of everything that Twitter can become," chief executive Dick Costolo tells viewers in the roadshow video made to woo investors before the company's stock-market debut this week.
On a long, thin sliver of land between the railway tracks in King's Cross, where rusting gasometers and soot-caked sheds once stood, a multi-storey pleasure palace will soon rise out of the ground.
Fairfax Financial is having a hard time raising financing after several large lenders turned down its requests, Reuters reported Friday.
The Internal Revenue Service denied Yahoo's request for a letter ruling that the company's spinoff of its shares in Alibaba would be tax-free, potentially striking a blow to a key component of the company's strategy.
First they came for your search, then they came for your phone, now they want your groceries.