"Cloud first, mobile first."
One of the biggest Chinese bitcoin exchanges has closed its doors to new deposits following a renewed clampdown on the currency by the People's Bank of China.
Amazon has entered the battle for remote control of the living room with a $99 television set top box that will give instant access to more than 200,000 films and television series, from Reservoir Dogs to Game of Thrones.
Insiders say the Google stock split Wednesday will be one of the biggest changes to the S&P 500 ever.
The music-streaming service Spotify may file for an IPO this fall, Quartz said, citing informal chats between the firm and investment banks.
Yes, its true, its out right now and there's both freemium and paid versions available. Office work may never be the same again.
We're not in Fleet Street any more, Toto. Changing news habits haven't killed off traditional newspapers just yet, but they have sparked new ways of finding and consuming news.
As the force behind Firefox, the internet’s leading open-source browser, the Mozilla Foundation tends to be associated with progressive values.
Facebook’s Oculus acquisition pushes Tech M&A to highest annual start since 2000, as value reaches $65.2 billion so far in 2014.
Some of the world's biggest social platforms were again under attack in France on Tuesday, as a consumers group announced it was taking them to court over "abusive and illicit" clauses and privacy issues.
Apple has more than $205bn of cash in the bank, the company revealed on Tuesday as its chief executive Tim Cook said the firm had made more than $234bn in 2015, making it its “most successful year ever”.
Are passwords about to become obsolete?
Europe’s antitrust chief has set her sights on a series of investigations into Google that will see the US internet firm face intense scrutiny.