Google has been hit by the departure of one of its leading talents. Xiaomi Tech, a fast-growing Chinese maker of cheap smartphones, has hired Hugo Barra, a senior Google Android executive, to spearhead its nascent global expansion.
Running Microsoft is not for the fainthearted: its software is essential to millions of companies around the world, and more than 1 billion people use PCs with its Windows software. The new chief executive will have to fit into a unique corporation.
So what was the most popular U.S. website last month? Not Google (sort of).
Jose Mourinho is winding up Manchester United. Arsenal aren't spending any money. Bets are already being taken on the exact time Harry Redknapp will be interviewed leaning out of a car window on transfer deadline day. Football is back, Back, BACK!
Sony has revealed the latest installment of its long-running battle with Microsoft by announcing the PS4 will reach European retailers on 29 Nov.
Sony has put its cards on the table. The PlayStation 4 release date is 15 November in North America and 29 November in Europe.
One of the regular criticisms of Android in general (and its Google Play app store in particular) is that people don't spend money on apps there.
Right from the moment Phil Spencer asks if I picked my jumper to match my shoulder bag, I like him.
Wall Street IPO-tweet-stakes have begun. Banks already are lining up to score the plum assignment of leading Twitter’s hotly anticipated public offering.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the launch of internet.org, what Facebook calls 'a global partnership with the goal of making Internet access available to the next 5 billion people.'
Apple beat analysts’ expectations for its second quarter on Tuesday but its shares dived in after-hours stock trading, as investors seemed disappointed by the results and a lack of fireworks over Apple Watch sales figures, which the company was not expected to break out (and didn’t).
Drone pilots who “buzz” passenger jets as they take off and land at British airports have been warned they face jail if caught as the number of companies and unlicensed individuals making use of the relatively low cost flight technology continues to grow.
Google, Facebook, Dell, HP, eBay and a collection of other large Silicon Valley companies have sided with Samsung in its battle over patents with Apple.