Google’s anti-trust row with the European commission could turn into a case bigger than the one that cost Microsoft more than €2.2bn (£1.7bn), the outgoing competition commissioner warned on Tuesday.
Michael Dell, CEO of the now private technology company that bears his name, has seen the tech giant grow and change in the last year-but could the company ever go public again?
Alibaba, the internet trading company founded in a cramped one-bedroom flat in China 15 years ago, stunned investors on Friday by becoming the 18th-biggest company in the world by valuation, ahead of Facebook, Amazon and eBay.
Many hedge funds that placed orders for shares in Alibaba's initial public offering received woefully small allocations, highlighting the ultra-selective process that favored investors who already have a close relationship with the company.
Another big games company dabbles in dedicated cloud based gaming
Billionaire tech pioneer Larry Ellison stepped down as chief executive on Thursday, ending one of the most profitable runs for a leader in business history.
Microsoft laid off 2,100 employees on Thursday, with about 750 of the cuts taking place in the Seattle region, as a part of a previously announced restructuring plan.
Early investors in Chinese online giant Alibaba are set to sell $8bn worth of shares Friday morning, escaping the “lockup” that usually requires them to hold their shares for several months.
A new anti-terror law in China gives the government the explicit power to demand technology firms decrypt electronic messages stored on their servers, sparking concern – and confusion – from foreign companies.
Deaths are rarely to be celebrated, but there is one passing that certainly won’t be widely mourned: that of Adobe’s Flash.
Yahoo has become the latest technology company to promise to alert its users if it thinks their accounts have been attacked by “state-sponsored actors” – hackers working on behalf of governments.