A distributed denial-of-service attack is the cause of recent PlayStation Network problems according to tweets from within the company
Tech companies love to talk about their company culture.
Hewlett-Packard's better than expected quarterly sales were a milestone, but the tech company still has "work to do," CEO Meg Whitman told CNBC.
Google has built a "Matrix-style" digital simulation of the entire Californian road system in which it is testing its self-driving cars – and is lobbying the state's regulators to certify them based on virtual rather than real driving.
Former Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer announced Tuesday that he is stepping down from the company’s board after 14 years.
Google's C-suite has a lot of money, and it enjoys spending it.
Google is buying Jetpac, a “city guides” company with a twist which used image recognition and neural network technology to recommend places it deemed the happiest, most popular or with the best views and scenic hikes.
Three years ago, Mike Lynch was the founder of Britain's most successful software company, which was sold to the US computing giant Hewlett-Packard for a breathtaking $11bn (£6.6bn).
Apple has called for changes to the UK government’s investigatory powers bill, over fears it would weaken the security of “personal data of millions of law-abiding citizens”.
Alibaba has hired a former counterfeit investigator for Apple to lead its charge to wipe out fake goods from its e-commerce platforms amid ongoing criticism from regulators.