Hewlett-Packard has unveiled full details of its $5bn (£3.3bn) fraud case against the founder of the UK software company Autonomy, claiming that Mike Lynch inflated the revenues of his business by about $700m over a two-and-a-half-year period.
IBM is already monetizing its Watson super computer in health care and a number of other industries, but the road to profitability will improve over time, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said on Friday.
It’s official, Microsoft has killed off Internet Explorer, its new browser will be Microsoft Edge … although you’ll be forgiven for thinking nothing has changed if you’re looking at the logo.
YouTube is getting into the movie business, although its films will be getting their premieres online rather than in cinemas.
Greater China leapt past Europe to become Apple's second largest market in revenue terms during the January-March quarter, and analysts say it won't be long before the region surpasses the U.S. to become the company's top market.
Joseph Garrett isn’t famous. He’s a gamer and video producer in his mid twenties, who leads a quiet life well away from the tabloid spotlight.
To combat the strong dollar, Microsoft engaged in about $15 billion in currency hedging in the latest quarter, longtime Microsoft analyst Rick Sherlund said Friday.
The European Union is contemplating the creation of a regulatory body to oversee multiple tech platforms operating in the Old Continent, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Having a site that is friendly to mobile browsers on smartphones and tablets will be key from Tuesday as Google rolls out a new mobile-focused algorithm.
Nintendo has denied that an internet harassment campaign targeting one of its staff was related to its decision to fire her.
Dyson’s new Pure Cool Link air purifying fan promises to clean up the air in your home, but also marks the first step of the British engineering firm into the Internet of Things.
French newspapers are so unhappy with people using adblockers when accessing their sites that they have begun to ban people using the software from accessing their websites, in a move denounced as "hysteria" by one adblocking firm.