Twitter has been sued for $124m (£77m) by two finance companies that allege the social media giant engineered an aborted private sale of shares to bolster its position in preparation for its IPO.
Fast expanding cloud storage firm Dropbox has hired former Facebook man Kevin Park to head up technical operations and IT.
Online chatrooms and forums can have a positive effect on young people's lives, providing users with a community, support and coping strategies, a new Oxford University report has said.
Bitcoin has entered the physical realm with the world's first bitcoin ATM machine which allows users to instantly exchange the virtual currency for cash.
Over 560 IT apprenticeships for young people have been created inside 367 small and medium size businesses across England, through a BT accredited scheme.
A new study carried out by cybersecurity firm McAfee has revealed the risks older people are taking on social media with 57 per cent sharing personal information with people they have never met.
Samsung has yet again broke its own records after profits surged by 26 per cent to ₩10.2 trillion (£5.6 billion) for the last quarter.
Twitter has valued itself at a modest $11 billion (£6.8 billion) ahead of its stock market debut from which it could raise up to £1.6 billion (£1 billion).
Bletchley Park, the headquarters of the UK's codebreakers during the World War Two and the "birthplace of modern computing", has teamed up with McAfee to develop an online safety programme for kids.
Owners of HTC smartphones including the HTC One and HTC One Max are set to get between 25GB and 50GB free Google Drive storage, as consumers reap the benefits of the firms' partnership.
As Amazon continues its aggressive expansion strategy, the firm's Q3 results are boding well for future growth - net sales are up by 24 per cent year-on-year, whilst quarterly loss is down.
Oracle has been awarded a multi-million pound BT contract which will see the business technology firm implement a cloud system to transform the telecom giant's HR and management systems.
Apple has released an update for iOS 7 which includes an improvement to the “reduce motion” option, a fix to the iMessage sending bug and a number of new features including a new iCloud Keychain.
EE has revealed the firm has now signed up 1.2 million 4G customers, having gained almost half a million subscribers in the third quarter, an increase of 72 per cent over Q2.
Telecoms, Internet and media insights firm IDATE has launched the newly branded DigiWorld Institute, as the company outlines the key issues influencing European telecoms over the next decade.
eBay has acquired UK based startup courier service Shutl, outlining a plan to bring one hour delivery to British cities.
Researchers from Websense Security Labs have uncovered an extensive cybercrime campaign which utilises the Mevada malware botnets and has infected hundreds of organisations.
After initially refusing to track back on a decision to revoke a ban on excessively violent videos, Facebook has made another U-turn and taken down a beheading video at the centre of the controversy.
A White House national security official has been fired after he was revealed to be the person behind a trolling Twitter account which attacked the Obama administration and his colleagues.
Ofcom is planning a second 4G auction to sell off surplus MOD frequencies, but a portion of what will be on offer is only any use to the iPhone 5S and C.
Despite Maude having his own Wi-Fi installed seeming a good idea for speed and accessibility, it is a “disaster waiting to happen” for security, says Trend Micro expert.
British Internet security firm ESET has announced the seventh generation of its flagship consumer products ESET NOD32 Antivirus and ESET Smart Security.