In a surprise move, the European Commission is reopening its four-year antitrust investigation into Google’s search and advertising business - and could open a separate one into its Android mobile operating system.
By pricing Alibaba's widely-anticipated initial public offering (IPO) below market expectations, CEO Jack Ma is seeking to avoid a repetition of internet peer Facebook's disaster debut, say analysts.
Steve Jobs always had his "one last thing" – the hotly anticipated moment at the end of presentations when he would reveal the latest innovation to Apple's adoring fans.
If, as expected, the launch of the new iPhone and Apple's iWatch health monitor leads to record sales, more money than ever will pour in to Apple's enormous pile of cash.
An email from a former finance director of UK software group Autonomy suggested the company was heading for a financial "plane crash" towards the end of 2010, according to lawsuit filed in the US by Hewlett-Packard.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba on Friday filled to sell up to $24.3 billion in stock, making it the biggest U.S. initial public offering ever.
Autonomy, the leading British technology firm whose former management is accused of inflating its value, sold $23m of software to a small Washington reseller in the year to December 2009. In February 2010, as some of the money began to fall due, Autonomy bought the company.
Connected-toy company Sphero has a new robust little robot that can zip across the floor at 14mph, hit ramps and do tricks, all controlled with a smartphone.
A federal judge may hold Microsoft in contempt of court this week over its refusal to give the US government data stored overseas.
Security experts are warning that there could be many more compromised celebrity iCloud accounts after examining file data from pictures stolen from stars including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
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.
Palantir Technologies, an ultra-secretive "big data" startup in Silicon Valley, has raised a whopping $880 million, according to a filing from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Wednesday.