Data-sharing business Dropbox has filed for an initial public offering of up to US$500 million with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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HP Inc has reported a better-than-expected revenue and profit, selling more personal computers and printers.
Intel did not inform US cyber security officials of the Meltdown and Spectre chip security flaws until they leaked to the public.
Apple is talking to major cobalt producers to secure supplies of the material vital for the lithium-ion rechargeable batteries that power its mobile phones.
The final version of a landmark deal aimed at cutting trade barriers in some of Asia-Pacific's fastest-growing economies was released on Wednesday.
Rapid advances in artificial intelligence are raising risks that malicious users will soon exploit the technology for automated attacks, according to a new report.
Xerox Corp shareholders Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason said U.S. company should seek to sell itself to one of its rivals or a private equity firm.
Bitcoin has failed as a currency, a store of value and a useful way to buy things, according to Bank of England Governor.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is pushing hard for the final text of the revived Trans-Pacific trade pact to be released on Wednesday.
Intel shareholders and customers have filed 32 class action lawsuits in connection with recently-disclosed security flaws in the vendor's microchips.
Apple has revealed a bug in some versions of its operating systems is causing its devices to crash thanks to a single character in Telugu.
FedEx has secured some of the customer identification records visible on an unsecured server, with no evidence that data was "misappropriated."
IBM’s new lawsuit Microsoft's new chief diversity officer showcases diversity as a crucial point of commercial competition.
Qualcomm has met with Broadcom, the first time the chipmakers have discussed what would be the technology sector's largest ever acquisition.
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