The acrimonious fallout from Hewlett-Packard's disastrous takeover of Autonomy has continued with a war of words erupting between the British tech firm's founder and the US company.
Apple has fired the manager responsible for its troubled mapping software, seeking to win back the trust of users disappointed after the program debuted in September, according to people familiar with the move.
It's typical, you wait years for a Nintendo home console launch and then two come along at once.
It was Cyber Monday deal that wasn't. On Monday morning as people took advantage of the online sales, Google appeared to be doing a little shopping of its own. The search giant had snapped up ICOA, a Wi-Fi firm for $400m, according to a press release and subsequent news stories. Only it hadn't.
How many analysts does it take to make a "buy" call on Apple? The answer, at least according to Citigroup, is three.
Barclays is ordering roughly 8,500 iPads for front-office staff in its 1,600 branches - an average of five per branch - in one of the largest uses so far of Apple's tablets in an enterprise, and one of its first in a UK high street bank.
The most serious of the allegations HP has made against unnamed members of Autonomy's management team.
Until last week, Dr Mike Lynch was being hailed as "Britain's Bill Gates" after selling Autonomy, the software company he started in his garage, for £7bn to US titan Hewlett-Packard. The mathematics whizz had almost single-handedly restored Cambridge's reputation as Britain's answer to Silicon Valley and was feted as one of the rare examples of a scientist turned successful businessman, having pocketed £500m from the 2011 deal.
Mike Lynch, who founded the British software company accused by Hewlett-Packard of falsifying finances, said that while he may have used some of the contested accounting and sales methods, they were all legal.
A survey of Britons and new web user data suggests that Windows 8 is struggling to make the same progress that its predecessors - and especially Windows 7 - did.
Rogue seems to exist primarily to provide PS3 and Xbox 360 owners with a new Assassin’s Creedwithout downgrading the recently released Unity for next gen.
During the Industry Icon award at The Game Awards the first King's Quest footage was shown.
A new game revealed during The Game Awards looks at survival in space.