Articles By Alistair Charlton
Canadian government blocks Lenovo's BlackBerry buyout bid, citing national security fears.
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn is said to be developing a 12.9in iPad which could be released in March 2014.
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is the "hot favourite" to take over as Microsoft CEO as the company narrows its shortlist.
HTC is to broaden its smartphone range, but avoid making budget devices, as a second straight quarterly loss is predicted.
Acer CEO J.T. Wang resigns as computer maker reports heavy third quarter losses and future job cuts.
EE has switched on the word's fastest 4G network, bringing 300Mbps mobile internet to east London's Tech City area.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has gone on sale, following a midnight launch, as fans queued in their hundreds to get the new game.
BlackBerry has abandoned plans to sell the company and will instead raise $1bn in investment.
New architect renders off a view inside Google's £1bn London headquarters, due to open in 2016.
With planning permission granted, work begins to create world's first 5G research centre at University of Surrey.