Dish, the wholly owned subsidiary of Dish Network, announced Thursday that it will accept bitcoin as payment from its pay-TV subscribers starting in the third quarter this year.
Hewlett-Packard plans to cut as many as 16,000 more jobs in a major ramp-up of CEO Meg Whitman's effort to turn the PC maker around.
The FCC says Sprint will pay $7.5 million in the largest Do Not Call settlement to date for making unwanted telemarketing calls and sending texts to consumers.
GoPro Inc. of San Mateo, Calif., has filed the paperwork to take its niche video camera business public.
Vodacom, South Africa's biggest mobile phone operator, has acquired 100 percent of privately owned fixed line operator Neotel for 7 billion rand.
Cisco said Wednesday its net income and revenue slipped in its fiscal third quarter, but the results topped Wall Street expectations and its shares rose in aftermarket trading.
Buyers of new General Motors vehicles will soon have the option of adding an extra monthly charge or a onetime fee to connect laptops, smartphones and tablets to wireless hotspots.
British satellite company Inmarsat has offered to provide nearly all long-haul commercial passenger planes with a free tracking service.
Apple is close to paying a record $3.2 billion for Beats, an expensive foray into music streaming and headphone gear that would mark a departure for the cash-conservative iPhone maker.
Netflix is raising its rate by $1 a month for new customers, but is giving current U.S. subscribers a two-year break on the price bump.
Cogent Communications CEO Dave Schaeffer told a congressional hearing that cable giant Comcast was to blame for a slowdown in Netflix streaming traffic over the last two years.
As China's e-commerce giant Alibaba prepares for a blockbuster stock sale, investors are selling off shares in other tech companies.
Toshiba Corp. forecast operating profit to climb to a record this business year, as sales of power grid equipment and income from flash memory chips offset weakness in its nuclear reactor business.
With Alibaba Group going public Yahoo! stands to earn nearly $10 billion but also poses a test for CEO Marissa Mayer.
Even though sales of the Wii U game machine have dropped, Nintendo vows to return to profitability this year.