Blackberry returns to roots with Classic model.
In a blogpost Wednesday, Instagram announced that it reached 300 million active users, eclipsing Twitter’s most recently reported 284 million users.
Two weeks ago it was revealed hackers had infiltrated Sony Pictures, the latest example in a growing number of corporate cyber invasions.
The European Parliament voted on Wednesday, by a convincing 384 votes to 174, in favor of unbundling Google’s search business from its advertising and other businesses.
A decade-long partnership between Google and Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, is nearing an end as the two have broken up in the U.S.
Rumors of internal turmoil, a stock price that has fallen 37% in 2014, and a newly branded credit rating of BB- by Standard and Poor’s continue to put Twitter’s strategies into question.
In a somewhat surprising move, Microsoft and Dropbox have partnered together to streamline the processes of editing and file sharing.
Google has unveiled its latest Google X project: nanotechnology that can detect cancer and other diseases at an earlier stage.
In a press release on Thursday, Amazon disclosed its financial results for Q3 of 2014. The company sustained a net loss of $437 million, or $0.95 loss per share, compared with a $41 million loss in the same quarter of 2013.
In a monumental move, HBO announced it will offer a stand-alone streaming service for consumers to access HBO content directly.