It's been over two years since Tim Cook took over as Apple's CEO, yet each product launch raises questions over whether or not he has what it takes to drive the consumer electronics giant to new heights.
What goes on before and after a Premier League game? City show all in footage filmed around their victory over Everton at the weekend.
Revisiting the nadir of Star Wars lore for its latest game may seem like a risk for Rovio, but it's no surprise that Angry Birds Star Wars II (Windows Phone 8, 79p) is more fun than the prequel trilogy upon which it is based.
Valve, the enigmatic developers of the epoch-making Half-Life series and multiplayer stalwarts Dota 2 and Team Fortress 2, has made a series of living room-friendly announcements.
Spotify celebrates its fifth birthday today, but the streaming music service probably shouldn't expect a present or card from Thom Yorke.
Twitter just filed its S-1 to take the company public. Here's a list of its principal stockholders and how many shares they own.
Twitter will get a public value of as much as $10 billion, but only one shareholder will become a billionaire - and he's no longer with the company.
Twitter's estimated $12.8bn (£8bn) stockmarket debut will make a billionaire of its founding investor Evan Williams, who used his profits from selling a previous business to Google to take an early gamble on the microblogging site.
Since Steve Jobs passed away two years ago Saturday, Apple has experienced no shortage of scrutiny.
BlackBerry will burn through most of its cash in the next 18 months, a senior independent analyst has warned, leaving the smartphone maker with "material liquidity problems".