Google banned almost 800m “bad” adverts from its online ad networks last year as the web giant continued to crack down on advertising fraud.
Apple started 2016 with the boast that its App Store customers had spent more than $1.1bn on apps and in-app purchases over the Christmas period, including $144m on New Year’s Day alone.
Silicon Valley is now an open combatant in the war against Islamic extremism.
Nobody knows if a bottom is in sight for turbulent Twitter shares.
A new Apple survey released by UBS on Wednesday confirmed some of the shipment concerns surrounding the iPhone.
IBM reported fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday that topped analyst estimates, revealing that strategic businesses like cloud and analytics had grown to represent more than a third of the company's revenue.
Apple’s board has recommended against a shareholder motion that would commit it to increase the diversity of senior management and its board of directors.
Twitter was unavailable for users worldwide on Tuesday morning, with the site apparently suffering a total outage followed by serious access problems lasting over an hour.
WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service, is to drop its token $1-a-year subscription to go fully free for every user, the company’s chief executive has announced.
News publishers would have stronger rights to demand payment from digital giants such as Google and Facebook in exchange for using their content, under proposed European rules that are designed to shore up the collapsing revenues of traditional media companies.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one: Facebook rolls out a new feature and/or acquires a new company, vowing to protect the privacy of its users’ personal information with its last dying breath. A year or two later, it backtracks and decides it wants spin your data into gold after all – and if users don’t like it, they can delete their accounts.
The PayPal co-founder and early investor in Facebook once gave Zuckerberg a timeless piece of advice.