Rovio Entertainment, the makers of the Angry Birds series of mobile games, has seen its profits fall by more than half.
Apple, the largest U.S. company by market value, said it would do a seven-for-one split, knocking its share price down from $500-plus to around $75.
Nokia said Friday it has completed the sale of its troubled cellphone and services division to Microsoft Corp., ending a chapter in the former world leading cellphone maker's history.
Pandora said Thursday that increased advertising and subscription revenue helped narrow its first-quarter loss, but its outlook for second-quarter earnings fell shy of Wall Street expectations.
The Federal Communications Commission is set to propose new rules that would allow Internet service providers to charge content companies for faster delivery of services to homes.
Sina, operator of China's Weibo social media site, has had two of its licences revoked because of online pornography.
The exchange operator Nasdaq OMX Group said Thursday that its first-quarter profit more than doubled over the past year.
Bankruptcy proceedings have begun for Mt. Gox, a move that was widely expected after the Tokyo District Court decided earlier this month that the bitcoin exchange would not be able to resurrect itself.
Google Inc. and SunPower Corp. are planning to invest up to $250 million to lease solar panels to homeowners.
Apple is offering free recycling of all its used products and pledging to power all of its stores, offices and data centers with renewable energy.
Aereo, unlike cable systems that pay TV broadcasters a retransmission fee, takes the signals free. Why shouldn't it?
Mobile payment company Square might be looking for a buyer after losing $100 million in 2013 and with cash flow running low, according to reports.
Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, was the big winner among five initial public offerings as the IPO market shows signs of coming back down to earth.
Twitter will now let marketers place app install ads in its stream, a feature that helped Facebook grow its mobile advertising revenue.
Earnings growth faltered at Google as it grappled with a persistent downturn in advertising prices while spending more on hiring and daring ideas.