Google bowed to a European court ruling to consider users' claims to remove embarrassing search results, acknowledging it has an image problem in Europe.
Apple's $3 billion buy of Beats sheds light on a reality in the streaming music industry: It's hard to succeed without offering other products and services.
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.
Ten years ago Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg and a few friends launched Facebook as a handy tool for college kids to check each other out. Now it's used by 1.2 billion people to share vital information and pictures of their cats.
Microsoft Corporation edged closer to naming Satya Nadella, executive VP of its Cloud group, as CEO.
Twitter bought 900 patents from IBM in a move to take on larger rivals such as Google and Facebook.
Facebook shares jumped to record highs Thursday on stronger-than-expected profits and sizzling gains in mobile ad revenue.
More than half of Facebook's total ad revenue came from mobile ads in the final quarter of last year, a sign that the social network is succeeding in being "mobile first."
TiVo and video technology company Digitalsmiths announced a friendly acquisition agreement as TiVo accelerates its move into cloud software services.
Microsoft soared to record revenues in the last quarter, shooting down Wall Street forecasts on strong demand for Xbox consoles, Surface tablets and Internet "cloud" services.
Nokia's handset sales fell 5 percent during the crucial December quarter compared with the previous three months.
Netflix's fourth-quarter earnings soared six-fold as the Internet video service burnished its status as one of the world's most popular entertainment outlets.
Activist investor Carl Icahn says he has bought $500 million worth of Apple stock in the past couple of weeks to bring his holdings in the company to more than $3 billion.
IBM's fourth-quarter net income grew 6 percent, beating Wall Street expectations even though revenue declined.