BT fears that EU action against Google over Android will benefit Apple
Snap's prospects: No profit, no voting rights and highly dependent on Google, who it pays $400m per year
Privacy group refutes Microsoft's claims that Thai root certificates are completely safe
Pixel smartphone helps boost Google's revenues, a lot more than its profitability
"Mobile first, cloud first" strategy is working, claims CEO Satya Nadella
Unclubbable Apple to join Google in 'Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society'
Temporal Defense Systems will use quantum computer to "revolutionise secure communications"
Certificate authorities trusted by Microsoft all independently audited, claims company
20 million users at risk of remote-code execution security flaw
Symantec slaps "audited partner" while it investigates
Twitter divests itself of one of its 53 acquisitions
Adobe gives another masterclass in how not to do security
Open-source platforms are the future of VR, according to Sweeney
The same government that brought you the Snoopers' Charter now wants to control the press - all of it
If you don't support the IP Act, why support what amounts to press censorship from the same people?
Mayer to take $55m in compensation after sale of Yahoo web properties goes through
Grumpy transcompiles Python into Go for better performance from concurrent workloads
Google accused of encouraging staff to "snitch" on colleagues suspected of talking to the press
Labour's industrial strategy to compel Amazon, Google, Facebook and others to open-up algorithms to official scrutiny
The uncertainly caused by leaving the EU is causing some problems, but Bill Walker sees plenty of grounds for optimism
It's a battle of the Snapdragon 821-powered flagships
Odd behaviour from a company that hates "fake news"
With Facebook on the block for spreading misinformation, how long until the internet can weed out lies itself? Peter Cochrane theorises
Can the 'flagship killer' topple the Google phone?
But you'll need a Pixel device to use it