Facebook announced Thursday the Internet.org app, which will provide basic Internet services for free in places that have traditionally had little Internet access.
Microsoft will begin selling the Xbox One in China in September, making it the first foreign gaming console to be sold in the country in more than a decade.
Google announced Wednesday that a Google+ account is no longer necessary for business clients wishing to use the Google Hangouts videoconferencing feature.
The UK government announced Wednesday new measures to allow driverless cars on UK roads beginning January 2015.
Apple announced Tuesday a series of price cuts and updates that would improve operating speed and boost memory for its MacBook Pro line of laptop computers.
In a move to boost its family of mobile apps, Facebook is forcing users to download the stand-alone Facebook Messenger app if they want to instant message over mobile devices.
Chinese government officials visited Microsoft offices in China Monday, though Microsoft representatives have declined to comment as to the nature of these visits.
Samsung's bid to provide its own mobile operating system in addition to Android has faced numerous roadblocks in its years of development as the Korean electronics giant tries to compete with OS giants such as Google and Apple.
After Facebook's strong second quarter results, founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is now worth $33.3 billion, placing him at number 16 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Google will reportedly buy Twitch.tv for $1 billion. But will the sale open up Twitch to legal disaster? Worry not, says the company.
Although the iPad has been losing market share, the Apple device is still the best-selling tablet on the market. Analysts predict its sales will rise as result of Apple's partnership with IBM.
The state announced Thursday a new "public-private partnership" with IBM to improve government efficiency using cloud computing servers.