Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against Samsung over some late payments of Android licensing fees. Samsung missed a payment just about the same time that Microsoft bought Nokia. Suspicious?
Twenty-six year old Max Schrems has filed yet another lawsuit against Facebook, this time it’s about the company helping the NSA spy on users.
Countries around the world have been cracking down on US based tech companies for a variety of reasons, but what would happen if US companies began to fight back?
US District Judge Loretta Preska has ordered Microsoft to hand over emails stored in an Irish data center circumventing European data protection laws.
According to a blog post on the dating site OkCupid, founder Christian Rudder admitted that the company has tried various experiments on its users.
We discuss the EU’s criticism of Google over search engine link removal requests, and how it seems to be unfairly laying all the blame at the big G’s door.
With Apple, Google and just about everyone else jumping on the health and fitness bandwagon, US Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill isn’t so sure it’s a good idea.
We take a closer look at the diversity figures Twitter has just released, and why they are indicative of a bigger problem than mere recruitment practices.
In a world of spying, surveillance leaks and advanced analytics tracking our every move, a new website is tracking the locations of a million cats.
Microsoft’s Skype will be available on the new Amazon Fire phone when it ships later this month. It will boast a new interface to take advantage of the phone's Dynamic Perspective technology.
Yesterday Microsoft released their quarterly financial statement and while the numbers weren’t all that great in some segments their cloud offerings are going strong.
Apple was just granted a patent for an ‘electronic wristband’ called the iTime, but it probably doesn't mean all that much.
Launched in cooperation with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Google's Little Box Challenge is offering $1 million to anyone who can invent a laptop-sized power inverter.
Apple’s mobile platform is seen as highly secure, but a forensic scientist and hacker has been busy pointing out multiple holes including backdoors and surveillance mechanisms.
There is a bug in Google’s Chrome browser that steals system clock cycles on Windows machines that could drain a laptop’s battery as much as 25 per cent faster than any other browser.
Facebook has rolled out a new feature called Facebook Save that allows users to save items that they don’t have time to read right away.
Tuesday, after the close of market, Microsoft will release their Q4 earnings report and according to the experts things might not be all that bad.
After a leak briefly surfaced earlier this week Amazon has officially launched Kindle Unlimited, a pay per-month eBook subscription service.
The CPC network and European Commission criticises Apple for not doing enough to warn people about in-app purchases or guard against children making unauthorized purchases.
Microsoft will be laying off some 18,000 staff over the next year, and CEO Nadella all but said the firm would be using agile techniques to up productivity.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature called Facebook Mentions that is designed to get more celebrities involved with more people in a similar manner to Twitter.
Attorney General George Jepsen issued a statement today regarding Apple’s role in the eBook price-fixing case that could end up costing Apple $400 million dollars.
In a carefully and respectfully worded post on Apple’s Chinese website the company denied claims made on Chinese television that iPhones were a concern to national security.
While predictions about Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) paint a rosy future the reality is something less than expected.
Is the death of sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo on the horizon? It could be if the scammers and other inane projects keep burying the good stuff.