Facebook is facing a fresh controversy over its tax contributions after company filings revealed the social network exported an estimated £645m earned in the UK and other overseas markets to the Cayman Islands tax haven last year.
Twitter has hired the former Pearson chief executive Dame Marjorie Scardino to be the first woman on its board, after critics rounded on its all-male lineup.
An innocuous-looking torch app for Android that has been downloaded more than 50m times silently shared users' locations and device IDs with advertisers, the company has admitted.
An ill-judged tweet can land you in a whole lot of legal bother, as Peaches Geldof and Sally Bercow know only too well. So the attorney general's new guidelines are essential reading
Just days after Amazon announced it was working on delivery drones, Google reported it has been quietly acquiring robotic companies to make its own futuristic vision come to life. In just the past six months, the giant has bought seven such businesses.
Hewlett Packard (HP) has announced plans to cut more than 1,100 UK jobs at the start of next year.
This is surely just me, I think. I'm looking at the Friends page of the Xbox One interface, trying to work out who is online. But the mass of square icons indicating all of my Xbox-owning pals doesn't immediately provide that information – it's just a mass of profile pics and data.
Sony is having a good week.
Nokia has won a sales injunction which could see HTC blocked from selling its phones in the UK - including the HTC One - unless it can lodge a successful appeal by 4pm on Friday 6 December.
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