E-commerce mammoth Amazon had both some good and bad news to share this week – the company is seeing continual growth in its ‘Amazon Web Services’ wing, but it still reported a $57 million loss in the first quarter of 2015.
Google has hit major roadblocks in the European Union. E.U. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager issued a “statement of objections” to the giant search engine alleging that it engages in anti-competitive behavior by using its dominance in search to crowd other search tools out of the market.
Turkey banned the likes of Google, Twitter and Facebook last week, over an of a Turkish prosecutor being held at gunpoint by two men outside the Istanbul courthouse.
Amazon has received approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to begin testing out the drones as package delivery vessels.
The mobile dating industry has taken off. IBISWorld, an analyst, reckons the U.S. market to be worth some $2.1 billion, of which around a third is commanded by Match, the owner of…
Apple’s press event in San Francisco on Monday disclosed details of it’s first new product line since the iPad, the Apple Watch.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Samsung struggled to stay ahead of the competition in 2014. Apple’s new iPhone 6 outperformed the Galaxy S5 smartphone, while new entrants to the market such as the highest…
The biggest trade show in the mobile computing industry, Mobile World Congress, wrapped up today in Barcelona. The event is about far more than just mobile phones, a fact underscored by the…
Chinese computer giant Lenovo took a knock to its public image, as the company was accused of pre-installing a potentially malicious software into its consumer products.
After completing a $1.1 billion round of funding last Christmas, Xiaomi became the world’s most valuable technology startup. It’s $40 billion valuation eclipses even that of Uber. Now, the Chinese smartphone maker is looking to expand its dominance in China to the global stage, launching an online store in the U.S.