Chromebook sales will reach 5.2 million in 2014 and are on track to triple by 2017.
A New York Times report today peels back the curtain on the secretive Apple University, which serves to establish a streamlined company culture that places immense weight on the simple design of the products it makes.
Austrian law student Max Schrems launched a class action lawsuit against Facebook last week and has since garnered 25,000 plaintiffs.
After wireless provider Verizon said last month that the top 5 percent of high-speed data users on its older unlimited data plans might experience slower speeds starting in October, the FCC is questioning all large US wireless carriers to explain when they decide to slow download speeds for customers.
China denies allegations made in a Bloomberg News report that it had banned the use of government money to purchase a series of Apple products.
Yahoo announced that it will work with Google to create a secure e-mail system by next year, a move that comes amid heightened cybersecurity concerns.
Google announced Wednesday that it would start placing more weight on a website's security when ranking it in search results.
Days after it was reported that Sprint had dropped its bid to acquire T-Mobile US, T-Mobile is enjoying the opportunity to let customers know its accomplishments.
Google has bought the instant messaging start-up Emu, a move that positions the search giant to begin targeting users with ads in their text conversations.
In a move to resist the European Union's controversial 'right to be forgotten' ruling from May, Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, has begun listing removed articles that affect its Wikipedia pages.
China has excluded 10 Apple products from its final government procurement list, saying they pose potential security threats, Bloomberg reports Wednesday.
A San Francisco start-up has announced a product that syncs your car with your smart phone to let you access apps and notifications that get projected onto a car's windshield.
Sprint has dropped its bid to acquire T-Mobile US and has announced that Marcelo Claure, founder of the wireless company Brightstar Corp., will become Sprint's next president and chief executive officer.
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking to determine whether Internet speeds should be faster.