Troubled smartphone group Blackberry has confirmed that it took delivery of a private jet in July, just months before it announced thousands of job cuts and said it expected to make an operating loss of almost $1 billion in the second quarter.
With the fall of Nokia looming over him, this weekend will be an uncomfortable one for Thorsten Heins, chief executive of BlackBerry.
The Googleplex keeps getting more interesting.
Activist shareholder Carl Icahn rallied against the corporate governance system in American business in a "Wall Street Journal" editorial.
Concerns over online privacy are leading more and more Facebook users to commit "virtual identity suicide" by deleting their Facebook accounts, according to new scientific research.
There have been widespread complaints from Apple users about the latest software for iPhones and iPads amid lengthy delays in downloading the new features.
Network operators in the UK are reporting weaker than expected demand for the colourful iPhone 5C, the lower-priced model Apple investors hoped would be a mass market hit.
Microsoft announced a $40 billion stock buyback on Tuesday, as well as a 22 percent dividend increase.
The co-founder and former head of Autonomy has insisted that the Hewlett-Packard fiasco will not affect his new technology fund, which raised $1 billion from investors.
Silicon Valley startups basking in billion-dollar valuations may face a long-overdue reckoning as a result of the global panic set off by roiling Chinese markets, investors and analysts have warned.
The first UN privacy chief has said the world needs a Geneva convention style law for the internet to safeguard data and combat the threat of massive clandestine digital surveillance.
Google’s 3D-mapping tablet, Project Tango, is going on sale in the UK for the first time as the company widens availability of the new technology’s developer kit.