Cybercrime costs the global economy $445 billion a year, according to Center for Strategic and International Studies. The face behind those costly attacks is changing.
The European commission’s inquiry into Google’s search monopoly is often compared to the antitrust investigation of Microsoft.
Microsoft’s Bing search engine has captured more than 20% of the US desktop search market for the first time since it launched, leaving Google with 64.4%.
Google has apologised to The Guardian and Bild, after citing “nonsense” figures for the two sites’ traffic statistics in a response to the European Commission’s antitrust charges against the company.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer may have to leave the tech giant soon, according to a former head of the company who left after losing out to Mayer for the job three years ago.
Perhaps the most important stat from Facebook's last earnings report - even more so than the 1.39 billion monthly active users on the social network - was this one: Of the company's $3-billion-plus in advertising revenue, 69 percent came from mobile ads, double the previous year.
Consumer enthusiasm for the Apple Watch has impressed Tim Cook.
YouTube is planning to launch a subscription version of its online video service, for which viewers will pay to remove its advertising.
Yahoo has gone beyond its useful years and it's time is over, one analyst told CNBC on Wednesday.
Erica Baker likes poker.
Yahoo’s entire board should be axed, activist investors at hedge fund Starboard Value said on Thursday, setting out plans to replace them with their own picks, including Starboard managing partner Jeffrey C Smith.