A Chinese semiconductor company will seek a $100 billion penalty against Qualcomm for trademark infringement, it said Tuesday—almost as much as the US mobile chip titan's entire market capitalisation.
After years of scoffing at the threat from smartphones, Nintendo Co. is doing an about face and entering an alliance with Japanese mobile game company DeNA Co. to develop games for mobile devices.
Ride-sharing company Uber said Monday that CFO Brent Callinicos is leaving the company to spend more time with his family.
The online bulletin-board style social network Pinterest announced Monday it had raised $367 million in new capital, pushing its valuation to $11 billion.
China has overtaken Germany to become the world's third-biggest arms exporter, although its 5 percent share remains small compared to the combined 58 percent of exports from the U.S. and Russia, a new study ...
China's huge IT sector is out in force in Germany this week, signalling to the world it is ready to not just copy but lead as a tech superpower.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday urged closer high-tech cooperation with China as she opened a major IT business fair where the Asian giant is the official partner country.
A court in Argentina has slapped a $9.3 million fine on IBM's local subsidiary for allegedly seeking to win a contract to computerize the country's tax collection system, authorities said Saturday.
The Lyft ridesharing company took new drivers for a ride by cheating them out of promised $1,000 bonuses, according to a federal lawsuit announced Friday.
Facebook on Friday waded further into e-commerce with the acquisition of shopping search engine TheFind.com.
Cuba may have one of the lowest rates of Internet access in the world, but that hasn't dissuaded Google from sending over some of its leading lights.
It started as a classroom project at Stanford University. The idea: An app for sending photos that would disappear seconds later.
Twitter said Friday it had purchased the maker of the video streaming app Periscope, amid what seems to be surging interest in live video sharing.
Imagine getting your Starbucks fix at rush hour without a long line - and your name on that to-go cup always properly spelled.
Early adopters, take note: Amazon.com has launched a store section called Amazon Exclusives that features new innovations from up-and-coming brands.