US government hostility towards Chinese firms is translating into a choice for UK firms between staying with US partners or working with Huawei or ZTE.
JiveWorld 2014 kicks off at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas this week and I thought now would be a good time to outline a few of my expectations for the next three days.
The retailer did not disclose details of the breach, but has notified the authorities after banks identified a pattern of payment card fraud across several of its stores.
A complaint from luxury goods provider Richemont has resulted in the first ruling to see sites blocked for selling fake versions of trademarked items, rather than copyright infringement.
If you want to nominate someone to be heralded as entrepreneur of the year, or startup founder of the year, then you can do so now…
The search engine giant has announced that legitimate services such as Spotify and Netflix can now pay to be listed above search results to tempt users away from illegal sites.
It isn’t good timing for Microsoft’s CEO, seeing as he has just been hauled over the coals regarding a comment about women’s pay.
It’s been another good quarter for the iPhone, and another poor one for the iPad, in what seems to now be par for the course for Cupertino.
Many of us are guilty of "showrooming" - the act of using a brick and mortar store like Best Buy or Walmart as a showroom for products we end up buying online.
China has agreed to discuss limiting the amount of support or state aid that it gives companies in exchange for the EU not imposing sanctions on exports from the country.
Jobs are reportedly being lost in the firm’s administrative department and they will be absorbed by the customer support and sales departments over the coming months.