Apple reached a settlement in a civil class action lawsuit pertaining to the pricing of e-books, according to a filing with a New York court.
Norwegian telecom company Telenor said Tuesday that it is standing by a Bangkok-based executive at the center of a flap over a brief Facebook outage that came days after a military coup.
Chinese Internet giant Alibaba Group filed an updated prospectus for its planned initial public offering, revealing more details about its partnership structure and finances.
AT&T Inc. will be the exclusive carrier for Amazon.com Inc.'s new smartphone, which is expected to be unveiled on Wednesday, according to people familiar with the plans.
Alibaba's updated filing for a U.S. initial public offering showed how quickly the Chinese e-commerce giant is adapting to mobile as more Chinese consumers are using smartphones to shop online.
Smokers struggling to quit are getting help from a new wave of products like wireless lighters that track activity, e-cigarettes that measure nicotine intake and apps that test the breath for carbon-monoxide levels.
A German cyber security company says it has discovered malicious software—which could be used to track the phone's user and manipulate the device remotely—embedded in the Star N9500's pre-loaded firmware.
Videogame reviewer Felix Kjellberg, aka PewDiePie, is by far YouTube's biggest draw, having built a base of 27 million subscribers. His loud, comic and cuss-filled videos bring in $4 million annually in ad revenue.
Google is facing fresh accusations of anticompetitive behavior in Europe over its Android operating system for mobile phones.
Last month's hospitalization of Lee Kun-hee, patriarch of the Samsung conglomerate, could prompt the family to restructure its holdings. Investors can benefit from the potential overhaul.
To sell its line of skin-care items designed for girls, Willagirl recruits teen and tweens to pitch directly to their friends, and friends of friends, with the help of social media.
Airbus Group and Safran said they plan to combine their space-launcher activities as Europe seeks to cut the costs of its future rockets to remain competitive.
Level 3 Communications agreed to buy TW Telecom for about $5.7 billion in cash and stock, a deal that would expand the metropolitan footprint of the long-haul Internet carrier.
Two Northwestern University colleagues wield opposing views of the 21st century economy: innovation versus stagnation.
The Supreme Court agreed to take up a free-speech case that examines what it means to threaten someone in the Internet age.
Finra is reviewing trading in computer-security firm FireEye.'s shares ahead of its $1 billion January acquisition of Mandian, another cybersecurity company known for investigating high-profile data breaches.
A new study by social scientists at two universities and Facebook found that people who saw positive news articles in their Facebook news feeds tended to post status updates using more positive words, while negative content appeared to influence people to be more negative in their posts.
Speech-recognition software maker Nuance Communications has held discussions with potential suitors regarding a sale of the company, according to people familiar with the matter.
SanDiskCorp. agreed to buy Fusion-io Inc. for about $1.3 billion, the latest sign of consolidation among suppliers of data storage gear aimed at corporate buyers.