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Over $10 billion is set to change hands in the world of telecommunications as two key merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced on Tuesday.
The world of pro video gaming scored a big win this week when Riot Games announced that it had successfully lobbied the U.S. to begin issuing players P-1 visas.
A digital Amber alert regarding a child abduction went off around 4 a.m. Wednesday, resulting in a mass wake-up call for thousands of stunned New Yorkers.
Major wireless providers of BlackBerry's new smartphone have already begun selling the devices at steep discounts, according to the Wall Street Journal.
As it looks to steal customers away from bigger rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T, Sprint is offering its customers unlimited data services for life.
Microsoft announced a long-awaited restructuring on Thursday, organizing itself around key areas designed to make the company more competitive.
Two more BlackBerry executives are leaving the struggling smartphone maker, according to a report.
How much are your private conversations worth to the U.S. government? Paid for by tax dollars, surveillance fees charged in secret by technology companies can vary wildly.
Apple and Amazon.com have ended their lawsuit over who has the right to use the "app store" name, clearing the way for both companies to use it.
BlackBerry's annual meeting is Tuesday and management will likely face tough questions from investors after dismal quarterly results last week.
Yahoo is still on a spending spree, picking up three apps in as many days: one for creating videos on Apple's iPhone, another to manage contacts and a third for fantasy sports.
Some printers gobble a significant amount of ink—50 percent or more—for nonprinting functions such as cleaning the print heads, according to Consumer Reports.
When Microsoft launched Bing, it was sort of a joke, but now it's getting a second chance to make a first impression: It is integrated into the desktop search in Windows 8.1.
An investigation into the tax affairs of Cadbury's – known for its philanthropic ethos – has uncovered tax avoidance schemes former senior executives admit were “highly aggressive”, the FT reports.
Once-commanding giant of the technology world Alcatel Lucent announced a fresh cost cutting program on Wednesday as new CEO Michel Combes plans to turn around the company's fortunes.
Security software pioneer John McAfee has just released a drug-addled, orgy-ridden spoof on YouTube that aims to address years of complaints from computer users.
Three attorneys general want Google to change the way its search engine displays results, accusing the company of helping facilitate the sale of illegal goods.
Yahoo said U.S. law enforcement agencies made between 12,000 and 13,000 requests for data in the last six months, the latest in a series of disclosures by technology companies.
A series of recent polls indicate that men and women with kids are broadening their horizons—and when it comes to mobile marketing, Dad is the new Mom.
Experts are testing ways to protect the identity of Internet citizens. Yet true anonymity would require the participation of companies — and new technology, NBC News reports.