BlackBerry, once the global leader in smartphone technology, has put itself up for sale after years of falling sales and failed revamps.
Silver Lake Partners, the private equity group steering PC giant Dell to a $25bn retreat from the stockmarket, may be trying to add smartphone maker BlackBerry to the portfolio to create a corporate computing powerhouse.
Nokia Siemens Networks, the phone-equipment maker that Nokia Oyj is fully taking over, is considering reducing about 8,500 jobs to boost profitability, according to three people familiar with the matter.
In a sign that technology spending by American companies is slowly returning-and that the economic recovery is on track-information-technology companies have reported surprisingly upbeat earnings this quarter.
The opportunity to portray Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic about the late tech billionaire's life was both exciting and terrifying, actor Ashton Kutcher told CNBC on Tuesday, because the Apple co-founder was not only a prolific innovator, but a sometimes flawed and complicated person.
Each year, Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon, writes to his shareholders, attaching the same, three-page mailshot he first sent them following the company's stock market flotation. "Amazon.com passed many milestones in 1997," the historic missive opens.
Facebook has hired Gary Briggs, a veteran of Google and Ebay to be its first chief marketing officer as the world’s largest social network seeks to expand its global brand.
International Business Machines Corp (IBM) has said it’s requiring the majority of U.S. employees in its hardware unit to take a week off with reduced pay, cutting costs as demand slows for products such as servers.
Sony has rejected Dan Loeb's call to spin off its entertainment business, the company said on Tuesday.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 will force automatic updates on to home users with systems that that cannot be disabled.
Google shares jumped Thursday after the company reported quarterly profit that easily topped analysts' expectations, helped by growth in advertising revenue.
It is 2015 and for many working in tech, it is still not a good time to be a woman.