The Israeli government has corrected its statement on Google agreeing to help monitor YouTube content after the tech giant denied an agreement had been reached.
Samsung's annual leadership reshuffle has seen Koh Dong-jin named as president and head of the mobile division, with JK Shin to stay on as CEO
The Canadian former giant BlackBerry has ended speculation by announcing on Monday that it will exit the Pakistani market before the end of 2015.
A report from NZ Treasury reveals a disagreement on scope between the government super-ministry and ICT services provider Datacom.
Banking sources say hackers have disrupted internet services and made bitcoin ransom demands against three Greek banks, but have not accessed client details.
Asus has updated its popular touch-screen 2-in-1 convertible, with the Asus T100HA featuring a faster processor, a USB Type-C port, and 64-bit Windows 10 in a reasonably-priced 1kg package.
Conductor tool offers consumption-based data migration charges based on the number of rows of data shifted.
Given some of the challenges Evernote has been facing recently, Microsoft has a prime opportunity to provide OneNote as a compelling substitute -- if the company makes migration easy and seamless.
Anthony Belsham appointed to revive company after a tough 2015 financial year.
Amazon's sales so far are up 23 percent year-over-year, well above its competitors.