Sony has rejected Dan Loeb's call to spin off its entertainment business, the company said on Tuesday.
Here's a quick preview of Motorola's new smartphone, the Moto X. With it's virgin Android installation, vast customisation options and unique features (think always on Siri) and this could prove to be the Android device that truely takes the battle to the iPhone.
There may be a problem for Facebook when a group of teenagers says it "confuses and scares" them and makes their eyes hurt. Though Facebook is still considered the most popular social network among teens, their enthusiasm seems to be waning.
Twitter has issued new rules to help it clamp down on abusive behaviour, while its British chief apologised to women targeted for online attacks, as it battled to deflect widespread criticism that it was not doing enough to target trolls.
Personal computer tycoon Michael Dell is nearing victory in his battle to take private the company he founded three decades ago, after increasing his cash offer by at least $350m (£229m).
A senior Microsoft executive has revealed that the clock speed of the Xbox One graphics processing unit has been increased.
LinkedIn's new strategy of surfacing sponsored posts in the feeds of its users is working right now and is key for social companies looking to generate revenue on mobile devices, said Jeff Weiner, the company's CEO.
The company's much anticipated follow up to World of Warcraft may go down free-to-play route.
Turbine at work on title to rival League of Legends and Dota 2.
Developers say its just harmless fun, make comparisons to The Hangover.