Tech stocks had an upbeat week as industry watchers appear to be looking at the positive side of earnings from Internet, consumer electronics and networking companies.
Amazon Instant Video rivals the Netflix video streaming service, but both run on Amazon's cloud computing platform.
The disclosures about the NSA's massive global surveillance by former tech worker Edward Snowden is hitting the U.S. tech industry hard as companies continue to try to explain their involvement in the data-collection program.
Fadi Chehade reviews his first year in office as president and CEO of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the challenges ahead.
Several major British companies and the U.K. government are creating the Defense Cyber Protection Partnership to bolster the country's security against sophisticated cyber attacks.
HP CEO Meg Whitman stressed her company's future viability as HP tried to win Chinese business customers at an event in Beijing.
Smartphones may be everywhere, but there is a ways to go before mobile platforms become the primary place consumers turn for entertainment and tasks, said keynoters at the CTIA Wireless trade show this week.
More than four out of five technologies developed globally never make it to the commercial world, due to their inability to cross the “Valley of Death”—the virtual chasm that separates applied research from technology demonstration—according to analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer defended her decision this week at a Great Place to Work conference, but Earth Day facts don't back her rationale.
PlayJam has delayed the release of its GameStick console, prompting gripes from some of its Kickstarter supporters.