Huawei is a poster child for Chinese capitalism. China's second biggest mobile phone business and one of the world's fastest growing companies, it has risen from humble beginnings in 1987, reselling telecoms equipment in the provinces of the People's Republic, to become a multinational, designing everything from mobile-phone mast radios to smartphones and the computer chips that make them run. It is entirely owned by its employees and its founder, Ren Zhengfei.
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter is opening up to UK projects on 31 October, with creators and startups already able to prepare their projects on the site in advance of the launch date.
Facebook has been accused of taking the British taxpayer for a ride after experts suggested the company had depressed sales figures and that the website's average UK employee earned more last year than the whole social media network paid the exchequer.
When Facebook filed its proposal to go public earlier this year, it touted the effectiveness of ads linked to customers’ friends, citing research from Nielsen, the audience-counting company.
Start-up companies may be more reluctant to go public after the volatility that has hit stocks like Groupon, Zynga and Facebook following their initial public offerings, according to two venture capitalists and Groupon co-founders.
You can tell a lot about a politician's priorities from who they deign to follow on Twitter.
Zynga is in trouble, and that’s not great for Facebook, which can thank Zynga for 14 percent of its revenue in the first six months of 2012.
According to the Pew Internet surveys, which are probably the best guide we have to internet use in the US, a quarter of all American adults now have a tablet computer.
Mobile phones used to be just for calling your friends, but with a super-fast mobile network set to launch in the UK, opening web pages in a split second and watching TV in high definition will soon be a reality for smartphone-addicted Britons.
Microsoft announce the Minecraft Festive Mash up pack is rolling out, starting with Xbox tomorrrow
Firaxis detail what’s due with the Beyond Earth’s new patch, “one particular Covert Ops exploit” removed
The Computer Science Education Week saw President Obama trying out a lesson himself, and Prime Minister David Cameron also had a go at it.