Yahoo! on Thursday began spicing up its online news pages with real-time comments fired off at the globally popular messaging service Twitter.
Brandon Ashmore of Mentor, Ohio downloaded word game Say the Same Thing from Apple's App Store and in the process, set a new record and won a $10,000 gift voucher.
Native support for the latest Bluetooth technology will mean that Android device owners will finally be able to sync and connect their phones with virtually any Bluetooth product, from keyboards and headphones to activity trackers and smart watches.
Yet more leaked details point to an iPad Mini with improved screen and camera coming later this year.
Intel's new CEO Brian Krzanich on Thursday said that under his leadership the top chipmaker will be more responsive to customers in an intensified focus on the fast-growing smartphone and tablet market where it lags its rivals.
Dell Inc, the subject of a takeover battle between activist investor Carl Icahn and the company's billionaire founder, reported a 79 percent slide in profit as personal computer sales continued to shrink.
The HP SlateBook x2 can be used as a portable computer with detachable keyboard or as a standalone tablet and proves that Android can support productivity as well as entertainment.
Google Inc faced angry questions on Thursday from British lawmakers investigating its tax affairs and whether it had misled parliament in testimony last year.
Online streaming service Twitch TV has launched itself on Xbox 360 as a dashboard app, now approved for debut in the US and allowing Xbox Live Gold subscribers to watch live gaming sessions from its top 300 live broadcasting channels.
Sending and receiving money was never this easy. In a series of other announcements that Google made at its annual developer conference, it also announced a major addition to its emailing service, which is, users can now send money as an attachment.
Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc posted a higher than expected quarterly profit and said current-quarter revenue could increase, giving some relief to investors who had worried it was being hurt by weak technology spending.
Apptio, a start-up that helps big companies like Boeing Co track billions of dollars in technology spending, said on Wednesday that it raised $45 million from institutional investment firms including Janus Capital Group.
Hunched over desks staring at computer screens paid for in part by New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum, employees at a small Wellington company are hard at work laying the foundations for what they hope will be the next social media revolution.