Conrad Walters and Inga Ting 5:50 PM Eighteen billion is a tough figure to wrap your head around. Here are 18 ways to think about Apple's record-breaking profit.
Paul Mozur 2:33 PM China has adopted new regulations requiring companies that sell computer equipment to Chinese banks to turn over secret source code, submit to invasive audits and build so-called back doors into hardware and software.
Jay Greene 12:44 PM Amazon is launching a web-based corporate email service, available on any device.
Sarah Frier 10:29 AM Facebook has reported quarterly revenue that topped analysts' estimates, fueled by the mobile-advertising business that the company is now expanding beyond its main social network.
Michael Gold and Yimou Lee The world's largest contract electronics manufacturer, wants to reduce its massive workforce with the help of automation.
Michael J. de la Merced Marissa Mayer, chief executive of Yahoo, has announced that the internet company would spin off its 15 per cent stake in Alibaba, China's leading e-commerce company, into a separate company, avoiding any taxes on the transaction.
Bill Rigby PC maker's quarterly profit slips to $US5.9 billion on strong US dollar and weak software sales.
Joe Sweeney Microsoft had been slow to adapt to a new economic landscape, but Joe Sweeney argues, its latest move signals it can change.
Marc Moncrief The new roof that spans Margaret Court arena does more than keep out the weather. Built into the gantries that surround the sliding ceiling are Wi-Fi antennas that beam web access to every ticket holder.
Lehar Maan Online retailer eBay says it plans to cut about 2400 positions, or 7 per cent of its workforce across eBay marketplaces, PayPal, and eBay enterprise in the current quarter to simplify its organisational structure.
Quentin Hardy, Conor Dougherty and Kenneth Chang Google likes its ambitions sky high. This time, it has gone a little further.
Hannah Francis Australia’s largest web registry and services company has had to ship new hardware to resolve its latest issue.
Matt Day Company seeks a slice of the big data market via start-up that already has runs on the board.
Jack Clark After failing to keep up with the boom in mobile and cloud computing, HP is fighting back with tablets designed for doctors, retailers and other professionals.
'This company is destroying my business': Australian websites offline as Melbourne IT struggles with migration
Hannah Francis Angry customers of web hosting firm are threatening to leave the company after a "migration" gone wrong.
Employees affected by Silicon Valley companies' collusion may not get their day in court, with Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe prepared to reach a $US415 million settlement.
Sarah Frier The amount of video on Facebook's news feed more than tripled last year, as many users and advertisers discovered the option for the first time. How much bigger video will get on the social network depends largely on Fidji Simo.
Ben Grubb TPG Telecom's controversial fibre-to-the-basement service, which competes with the national broadband network, has been withdrawn from sale following regulations imposed on it by the federal government.