U.S. computer maker Dell is offering to buy out an undisclosed number of employees to cut operating expenses, the company said.
Technology giant Apple is tracking customers as they wander through U.S. Apple stores, the company has confirmed.
Twitter has named Marjorie Scardino as a director, adding a woman to the all-white male board for which it's been sharply criticized.
International Data Corporation expects worldwide PC shipments to dip by 10.1 percent in 2013, the most severe yearly contraction on record.
Topsy Labs' analytic tool pores through the stream of conversations on Twitter to identify trends and people influencing public opinion.
Sales of traditional PC computers continues to decline, a research firm says.
Amazon says it could start using drones to deliver packages as early as 2015.
Struggling Canadian tech giant BlackBerry said Monday three top executives were leaving within weeks of hiring a new CEO.
Intel shares fell following the chip-maker's disappointing forecast for 2014.
Spotify, the Stockholm-based music-streaming service, has raised $250 million in a new funding round, making it one of the world's most richly capitalized startups, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A jury in California's Silicon Valley on Thursday ordered Samsung to pay Apple $290 million for copying vital iPhone and iPad features.
Dropbox is reportedly seeking to raise $250 million over the next few weeks in venture capital funding, putting its valuation at a staggering $8 billion.
As Sony and Microsoft once again spar this holiday season over hardcore gamers enamored with the shiny, powerful new consoles, they may be overlooking how the gadgets will compete among people who look to tablets and smartphones for entertainment.
T-Mobile said Monday it will sell 66.2 million shares in a stock offering that could help it buy wireless airwaves.
Nvidia's stock climbed Friday after third-quarter profit topped Wall Street expectations and it raised its quarterly dividend by 13 percent.