Google has dismissed the European commission’s charges that it abuses the market dominance of its Android operating system to prevent rivals from competing with alternative software and services.
Amazon is to extend its Black Friday promotion to almost two weeks as retailers gear up for the biggest shopping day of the year. Billions of pounds is expected to be spent by shoppers over the Black Friday weekend, starting 25 November, and over the 12 days in the run-up to it.
Silicon Valley reacted on Twitter to a Trump presidency with a mix of humor, despair and a small trace of hope.
Samsung is dealing with yet another major crisis after the tech giant was implicated in a government corruption investigation in South Korea.
Google has been accused of hiding a competitor’s webmail service from its search results in a “suspicious” manner for almost a year, costing the service hundreds of thousands of pounds in lost traffic.
When Emojipedia founder Jeremy Burge sent his fiancee to the wrong side of London for dinner, he sent an apologetic text message. He received an emoji-less reply: “It’s fine.”
Samsung and US safety officials announced a recall on Friday of nearly 3m washing machines after reports that the appliances – just like the company’s Note 7 smartphones – are exploding and injuring people.
Google’s controversial advertising sales business in Dublin earned revenues of €22.6bn (£20.1bn) from Europe, the Middle East and Africa last year but paid just €47.8m in tax, according to company filings in Ireland.
Dion Weisler tells CNBC the tech company for 2017 is focused on delighting customers in its printing and personal system businesses.
The Topaz solar panel plant is now online and is delivering power to California.
The Internal Revenue Service denied Yahoo's request for a letter ruling that the company's spinoff of its shares in Alibaba would be tax-free, potentially striking a blow to a key component of the company's strategy.
Google is now Alphabet. Temporary Holding Company Number Two is now Google. And “don’t be evil” is now one step closer to being a thing of the past.
An experienced, well-educated friend of mine has been looking for a job for close to six months, and I’ve been helping her with feedback on her CV.
What will be the next household-name app-based service like Uber? Where are the next “unicorns” – startup businesses which rapidly rise to a $1bn valuation?
Apple’s lawyers tried to lower the temperature in the company’s fight with the US government on Tuesday, telling a federal judge that America’s Justice Department is well-meaning but wrong in its privacy standoff with the iPhone maker.
Every Day Is Play is a coffee table book with a difference and could blow any competition out of the water.
Cyber-attackers have taken down the website of the National Crime Agency (NCA) in apparent revenge for arrests made last week.
WWE wrestling, children’s nursery rhymes and Turkish music videos were the biggest hits on YouTube in August 2015, according to the latest chart of the online video service’s top channels.
Amazon says it has successfully trialled its Prime Air drone delivery service in Cambridge, UK, by delivering a TV streaming stick and bag of popcorn directly to the garden of a nearby customer.
One of the most pressing questions Silicon Valley leaders will want answered at their Wednesday meeting with President-elect Donald Trump is whether his administration will clamp down on the immigration policies that technology companies have come to rely on.