Company removes online requirement; frees up second-hand sales.
Yahoo has joined the increasing number of technology companies publishing details of how many requests US law enforcement agencies have made for data on their users.
Billionaire Carl Icahn proposes in a letter to shareholders that Dell undertake a tender offer for 1.1 billion shares at $14 each as an alternative to Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners's proposal to take the computer maker private.
Computer giant Hewlett Packard announced on Tuesday that a top executive who oversees its printing and personal systems unit would assume a new role for strategic growth.
Facebook may announce a video feature to its photo-sharing app Instagram at an event it is hosting on Thursday.
Google has aggressively avoided paying corporate tax in Britain and its international reputation will be damaged until it starts to pay what it owes, a U.K. parliamentary committee said in a damning report on Thursday.
Hewlett-Packard is slightly ahead of where the company thought it would be on its path toward reinvention but it still has a way to go to restore itself to health, CEO Meg Whitman tells CNBC.
Google bought Israeli mapping startup Waze on Tuesday for an undisclosed sum, acquiring an online real-time mapping service to safeguard its own lead in one of the most crucial aspects of smartphone usage.
Cloud computing means being able to access the Internet anywhere, anytime and being able to use any or all of the data and applications you want.
Apple beat analysts’ expectations for its second quarter on Tuesday but its shares dived in after-hours stock trading, as investors seemed disappointed by the results and a lack of fireworks over Apple Watch sales figures, which the company was not expected to break out (and didn’t).
Drone pilots who “buzz” passenger jets as they take off and land at British airports have been warned they face jail if caught as the number of companies and unlicensed individuals making use of the relatively low cost flight technology continues to grow.
Google, Facebook, Dell, HP, eBay and a collection of other large Silicon Valley companies have sided with Samsung in its battle over patents with Apple.