Amazon is setting its sights on disrupting the corporate email market, currently dominated by Microsoft and Google.
Sony is closing its Music Unlimited streaming music service, in favour of an partnership with Spotify that will span its consoles, smartphones and tablets.
A rare public clash has broken out between Alibaba and Chinese authorities over the authenticity of the goods sold on the e-commerce giant's sites.
Yahoo is spinning off its $40bn stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba in order to avoid a multibillion-dollar US tax bill.
Apple sold a record 74.4m iPhones in the three months to the end of 2014, the company announced Tuesday, comfortably beating analysts’ expectations as sales of its two newest models soared during the Christmas holidays and found new fans in China.
Call a company “Shazam”, and it needs to be doing something magical.
Facebook-owned virtual reality firm Oculus VR is getting into filmmaking with a new division called Story Studio, staffed by a team of veterans from the likes of Pixar and Industrial Light & Magic.
IBM has issued a strong rebuke to a report that it is preparing to cut more than a quarter of its global workforce.
When Microsoft reports earnings after the close, how its Xbox business performs could have an impact on whether the tech titan beats or misses.
Struggling online media group Yahoo has announced plans to cut seven of its digital magazines.
Two weeks ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation called Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, with a jarring message:the agency wanted Apple to help them hack an iPhone.
Apple announced it was issuing bonds estimated in value at $12bn on Tuesday, despite a current cash reserve of $215bn.