Google and Facebook are pouring money into Washington, spending record amounts on lobbying last year.
The US once again heads Google's list of governments that request its user data - and nearly 70 percent of requests came without a warrant.
Apple's reported record iPhone and iPad sales for the quarter - but has disappointed analysts all the same, with its slowest profit growth in a decade.
Sony's been fined nearly $400,000 in the UK for the security breach that led to the hacking of its PlayStation Network in April 2011.
Steve Jobs threatened Palm with patent litigation if it didn't agree to stop hiring Apple employees, a court filing alleges.
Google's reported fourth quarter revenues of $14.42 billion, up by 36 percent on the same quarter last year - and bringing annual revenues up to over $50 billion for the first time.
The French government has released proposals to tax online businesses for the collection of personal data, in a move that would dramatically increase their currently-tiny tax bills.
One of the biggest textbook mistakes IBM ever made was agreeing with Sun that the mainframe was dead - allegedly to be replaced by PCs and client server computing.
Iconic games developer Atari has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the US, in an effort to split from its parent company.
Like the country itself, Google chairman was initially less than communicative about his recent trip to North Korea. Now, though, both he and his daughter have opened up about what Sophie Schmidt describes as 'The Truman Show, at country scale'.
Google's planning a huge corporate headquarters in London, closing two offices and moving onto a £1 billion site in King's Cross.
Last week at CES there was one presentation that prompted me to think more about the future than any other exhibit - but not exactly in the way the vendor originally intended.
AMD has accused four former employees of stealing 100,000 confidential documents before jumping ship to work for Nvidia.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has reportedly used his time in North Korea this week to explain to the government how beneficial an open internet is.
Of all the chip vendors, Nvidia took the biggest risks at CES this year, launching both a line of rack-mounted gaming servers and a hybrid handheld gaming device.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt, along with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, has arrived in North Korea for the start of a two or three day visit.
The Federal Trade Commission has completed its investigation of Google over unfair business practices - and the company's got off very lightly indeed.
This week kicks off the annual year-long hunt for the Big Tech Product of 2013. Fortunately, we already have some rather auspicious contenders.
Times are hard for all of us it seems: even Apple CEO Tim Cook is taking a pay cut - and it's a biggie.
Amazon's won the highest customer satisfaction rating in a survey of online stores which also finds that Apple has seen its rating slip noticeably.