Deutsche Bank and Hewlett-Packard have announced a ten-year, multibillion dollar agreement that will further modernise the Bank’s global information technology environment and aims to significantly reduce related IT infrastructure costs.
While many start-ups may not justify their lofty valuations at this point, it's not stopping investors from knocking on their door.
Doubling in value should be hard. But tech start-ups are defying that logic, with companies not just reaching billion-dollar valuations but expanding.
Apple's stock on Monday closed at a record, rising more than 2.7 percent to $133, and hitting a market cap of nearly $775 billion.
YouTube is launching a separate app for children which will filter out inappropriate content, hide comments on videos and which will not allow them to register and log in to its service.
When the UK police arrested an 18-year-old man over the online attack in December that knocked both the XBox Live and PlayStation Network offline, plenty of people raised knowing eyebrows.
Apple is reported to be working on an electric car or vehicle-related project that could be released by 2020.
Google is preparing to launch a YouTube subscription service for viewers who don’t wish to see adverts.
When One Direction split up, expect wall-to-wall media coverage of tearful fans, career-montage clips and speculation about which of the individual band members will be most successful as a solo star.
The official site of TV chef Jamie Oliver, which sees an average of 10m visits per month, has been compromised by hackers serving malicious files to visitors which could take control of their computers.
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
Google has been ordered to hand over the contact details of accounts linked to fake reviews that attacked a Dutch nursery.
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