Google has claimed that a change to its search rankings that pushed rivals TripAdvisor and Yelp far down the search results is due to a bug, which it is working to fix.
Hewlett-Packard delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
Sony has sold 30.2 million units of its PlayStation 4 (PS4) games console worldwide over the last two years, the Japanese electronics giant said on Wednesday, suggesting it is dominating in the console wars.
Standard & Poor's Tuesday cut its unsolicited rating outlook on Yahoo! to negative from stable, citing prospects for poor revenue growth and higher costs for acquiring traffic.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and head of space privateer firm Blue Origin, has taken to Twitter to brag about the “rarest of beasts”, a reusable space rocket that can land vertically. (Unsaid: unlike Elon Musk’s many exploding SpaceX rockets.)
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Twitter, Facebook and 56 other technology companies have joined together to reject calls for weakening encryption saying it would be “exploited by the bad guys”.
Mobile app Pooductive sounds like a silly gimmick: a smartphone app for messaging and playing games with strangers while sitting on the toilet.
Spotify is to offer staff up to six months’ parental leave with 100% pay as part of a global policy it says recognises the importance of “a healthy work-family balance”.
Google is stepping up its defense of YouTube users who find themselves on the wrong side of a copyright claim, the tech company said on Thursday.
Square's surge Thursday may make its CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey forget all about Twitter's drubbing this year.