Old-school mapping rival to Google loses 'abuse of dominance' court case
China's government plans more internet and technology controls
The US intellectual property system strikes again
Are we finally moving beyond just voice calls?
Fallon calls for EU states to increase spending on defence and cyber security
Revenues also surged from $5.8bn to $8.8bn
EU roaming may not apply to the UK for long as a result of Brexit
Unclubbable Apple to join Google in 'Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society'
Court split keeps Microsoft's foreign cloud data out of US government hands - for the time being
BlackBerry's latest Android phone will be shown off just days before Mobile World Congress opens
Yahoo announces that its sale will be shifted into the second quarter
Symantec slaps "audited partner" while it investigates
Back to the 1960s? Theresa May's industrial strategy to focus on 'the white heat of technology'
Shodan search engine reveals that many systems remain unpatched for OpenSSL bug
Casings too small for electrode assembly, and punctures in component separating positive and negative electrodes found
Networking firm's hardware roots beginning to show
Slap on wrist for BT-owned EE over customer overcharging
Roll-out expected to take 14 months and will connect 3,000 businesses
It's for their own good
Fifteen million nuisance calls a week will be stopped, claims BT
Prepare your unified comms networks, because the time is now, apparently
MEPs to ponder robot rights, on the one hand, and kill switches on the other.
In the first of a series exploring what 2017 holds for unified communications, Peter Gothard turns the spotlight on collaboration, and consults industry experts
Mayer to take $55m in compensation after sale of Yahoo web properties goes through