The EU today announced that Motorola abused its power in seeking patent-related injunctions against Apple in Germany, but stopped short of imposing a fine on the phone maker.
Skype announced today that group video calling, previously only available to Premium subscribers, will be free on Windows, Mac, and the Xbox One.
Apple sold 43.7 million iPhones in the first quarter, a non-holiday and March quarter record. iPad, well, not so much - but Apple CEO Tim Cook is optimistic.
Amazon and HBO have inked a deal to make a number of the channel's most popular series available to Amazon streaming customers - so will Game of Thrones now be available to watch online legally?
If you get a suspicious email from an AOL user, it's probably best to delete it. The service has apparently been compromised and some accounts are sending out spammy messages.
The National Security Agency (NSA) today denied that it has known about the Heartbleed bug for years and used it for surveillance efforts, following accusations published by Bloomberg.
Microsoft’s support for XP ceases today. Here are a few good reasons why you should upgrade your PC to a modern OS.
The European Parliament on Thursday voted to move ahead with net neutrality legislation that would require Internet service providers to adhere to open Internet standards.
So how did the Twitterverse take to Amazon’s new set-top box? We’ve sampled a selection of diverse opinions here.
Redmond’s Build conference kicks off very shortly, so to whet your appetite, we’re looking at what revelations we can expect in terms of Windows and mobile.
US transportation officials today issued a final rule that will require back-up cameras in cars under 4.5 tons by May 2018. Vehicles including buses and trucks must carry the cameras.
President Obama this week outlined a plan that would stop the government's bulk collection of telephone metadata and more tightly control federal access to that information.
While anybody can download and use the new iPad suite for viewing documents, you’ll need an Office 365 subscription to get any proper work done.
Mozilla's new CEO this week expressed "sorrow" for having caused pain by making a donation in support of California's Prop. 8, which sought to ban gay marriage.
Amazon has sent out exclusive invites for a 2 April event that could include the launch of its long-awaited streaming device for the living room.
BlackBerry chief John Chen this week announced a crackdown on those who leak confidential details about upcoming products - that means dreaded "legal action."
Microsoft has said that reviewing the Hotmail account of a French blogger thought to be in possession of leaked Windows 8 documentation was legal and done to protect its valuable IP.
The lawsuit claims that Google violates federal and state wiretap laws by scanning Gmail to serve up ads.
Want to see a Rubik’s Cube solved in three seconds flat? Then check out the video of the Cubestormer 3 robot in this story.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has said he called President Obama to express his frustration over government spying, but does not believe the feds will make any meaningful changes in the near future.
LeBron James - a Samsung Galaxy spokesman - tweeted that his phone had "erased everything on it and rebooted, which he described as "one of the sickest feelings I've ever had in my life!!!"
Tesla Motors this week slammed New Jersey officials for moving forward on rules that it says will ban direct sales of Tesla's electric vehicles in the state.
We look at Titanfall’s launch over in America, which kicked off late last night with a live event from SXSW in Austin, Texas.
A Kansas lawmaker has asked SXSW organisaers to cancel a video chat session with Edward Snowden, arguing that the conference should not give the former NSA contractor a platform.