Software giant reports upbeat results in the seasonally tough first quarter, saying it was gaining ground on competitors Salesforce and Oracle in the cloud.
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Infosys plans to renew its focus on digital services as it looks to boost growth amid shrinking profit margins in its legacy business.
Strong growth in ad sales on Google search and YouTube were not enough to offset a surge in costs at parent company Alphabet.
Apple has said that component failure in a limited number of MacBook Pros has caused built-in batteries to expand.
Facebook’s privacy practices were cleared by PwC in an assessment completed when Cambridge Analytica gained access to the personal data of millions of users.
Twitter has banned advertisements from Kaspersky Lab, saying the cyber security company's business model conflicts with advertising rules.
Consumer activists and technology experts are advising consumers to hold off on buying Android handsets from China's ZTE.
Qualcomm has begun cutting jobs as part of its promise to investors to cut annual costs by US$1 billion.
Technology companies could be forced to hand over users' data to European law enforcement officials even when it is stored on servers outside the bloc.
A proposed supply ban could mean that the Chinese smartphone maker may not be able to use Android software in its devices.
Analysts suggest IBM's legacy hardware business continues to hurt margins growth.
Microsoft, Facebook and more than 30 other global technology companies announce joint pledge not to assist any government in offensive cyber attacks.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dropped Microsoft’s privacy fight with the Justice Department after Congress passed legislation that resolved the dispute.
French government building its own encrypted messenger service to ease fears that foreign entities could spy on private conversations between officials.
Concern about Facebook’s respect for data privacy is widening to include the information it collects about non-users.