At a conference last month, the company's chief executive Marissa Mayer tipped plans to streamline its app offerings to a more practical 12 to 15 from the current 60 to 75.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn has withdrawn the Greenlight Capital-led lawsuit against Apple following a court decision last week in his favour.
The parents of a five-year-old boy who racked up £1,700 worth of charges while playing a 'free' game on his father's iPad have been given a full refund from Apple.
Dropbox users are reporting receiving spam messages through the unique email addresses associated with their accounts on the file hosting service.
If you were looking forward to seeing a major smartphone from Motorola in the coming months, you may have to wait a bit longer, hints Google CFO Patrick Pichette.
The pricing of the Nokia Lumia 520 and 720 smartphones, which were unveiled earlier this week at Mobile World Congress 2013, have been tipped by UK retailer Clove.
China’s defence ministry claims that more than two-thirds of the cyber attacks on the country’s key military websites have their origins in the United States.
BlackBerry is considered among the most secure mobile OS platforms available, but a memo from Canada’s cyber security authority suggests it may be more susceptible to digital threats than you think.
Acknowledging shareholders’ concerns over Apple's declining market value, chief executive Tim Cook promised that the firm will bounce back with “new categories of products”.
Daily deals website Groupon suffered a massive setback as its shares fell by more than a quarter of their value following subpar performance in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Social video sharing platform Viddy has upgraded its iOS mobile app, allowing users to record up to 30 seconds of video clips and customise them with a range of new video enhancement tools.
Dropbox chief executive Drew Houston claims that the online file storage company now handles more than 1 billion file uploads every day, across PCs, smartphones and tablets.
A federal jury’s verdict in the VirnetX v. Apple patent suit has been upheld by a US District Court, forcing Apple to award the firm over £300m per day until the case is settled.
During a developer conference at MWC, Samsung unveiled Wallet, a ticket and coupon management app in the vein of Apple's Passbook.
The former operator of controversial streaming website Channelsurfing.net has reached an agreement with the government of the United State to evade prosecution, after a two-year-long legal ordeal.
Spain’s data protection authority and Google appeared before Europe’s highest court on Tuesday over whether or not the company is responsible for the information that appears in its search index.
HP CEO Meg Whitman revealed that the firm, which has been struggling amidst declines in the PC market, is evaluating the feasibility of selling small businesses that don’t fit its strategic goals.
SACOM, a Hong Kong-based labour watchdog, has accused Apple of failing to properly monitor the working conditions at the facilities of its suppliers.
The Japanese electronics giant has confirmed it will be making all PlayStation 4 game titles available for digital download, continuing with the trend it started with the PS Vita.
Hyundai Motor Co announced it will start the mass production of hydrogen fuel-powered cars this week as part of its initiative to develop zero-emission vehicles.
Just weeks after Apple acknowledged a major security flaw found in iPhones running iOS 6.1, another similar passcode-bypassing threat has surfaced again.
Popular web platform App.net has just rolled out a new free tier that will only be available through invites from current members for the time being.
The controversial file-sharing portal has left Sweden and shifted its web hosting to services in Norway and Spain, where anti piracy laws are less stringent.
Social game publishing giant Zynga is shutting down its Baltimore studio and combining studios in three other cities in an effort to become more cost-efficient.