Facebook has announced that it now has two million active advertisers.
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.
EA's Star Wars Battlefront Reboot will cover all seven movies in the franchise.
Could Instagram really be worth $33 billion? Cowen Group thinks so, and one of its senior analysts told CNBC why.
Until recently, if you bought Ubisoft’s historical action adventure Assassin’s Creed: Unity, and came across a blue chest while exploring the game’s luscious depiction of revolutionary France, you wouldn’t have been able to open it.
A super yacht belonging to Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has been blamed for destroying a large area of protected coral reef in the Cayman Islands.
Amazon shares tumbled more than 12 per cent in after hours trading as the company missed profit expectations, despite reporting income had more than doubled year-on-year in the final quarter of 2015 to $482m (£336m) from $214m, or $1.00 per share from $0.45. However, this was significantly wide of analysts' expectations of $1.56 per share.
Google’s 2,300 staff in the UK earned an average wage of £160,000 each last year, despite the group’s insistence that its British operation is a modest outpost of the company’s global empire.