With this deal, the enterprise software giant has now spent roughly $1.2 billion in three business days on cloud acquisitions.
China's shutdown of iTunes and iBooks is an unsubtle reminder of the Chinese government's power over Apple. Apple stared down the United States government over iPhone encryption, but China has the power to bankrupt Apple in a matter of months. How will Tim Cook respond?
After years of mystery, the alleged Bitcoin inventor has come forward. Craig Wright claims he is the creator of Bitcoin, also known as "Satoshi Nakamoto."
Google Australia has promoted Jason Pellegrino, the company's director of Asia-Pacific sales operations and strategy, to the role of managing director.
Google Australia restructured its business at the start of the year to keep local advertising revenue in Australia, instead of booking it offshore in Singapore.
Hover Camera was the biggest hit of GMIC Beijing 2016, the 'CES of China.' For the Chinese startup launched by American students, it's the first in a line of personal robotics products.
The software update comes less than a month after the release of the modular G5, offering a downloadable app drawer and a higher burst rate capability for the Cam Plus.
New kinds of fingerprint recognition tech may be set for future smartphones, with LG having developed a cover glass module with a fingerprint sensor embedded in it.
ASX-listed Digital X has posted a $1.2 million loss for the three months ended March 31, 2016, less than half a year after rebranding and taking a step back from bitcoin mining.
Dell has started changing its product lines to cater for a new mostly-millennial workforce that wants to work wirelessly, explains European marketing director Fergus Murphy