The Chinese Internet giant seems set on building out the long tail, maximising value beyond mainstream usage of its core products.
The smartphone market is following the growth-challenged path of PCs. That won’t please executives at Samsung Electronics and Apple, but their pain might be great for consumers.
Cyberattackers in Iran could be behind a wave of hacks on government and communications infrastructure that will require a coordinated global response to repel, according to cybersecurity firm FireEye.
Cryptocurrencies dropped on Thursday as bitcoin gave up the $4 000 level it’s hovered around since the start of the year.
People over-dependent on social media sites display poor decision making in much the same way as drug addicts, research suggests.
Cynical tech pundits and journalists have been declaring CES dead for years. And yet, the annual confab in Las Vegas still attracted 200 000 attendees.
Tesla may offer an option on the upcoming Roadster sports car to enable drivers to float above the ground using thrusters from Elon Musk’s rocket company, SpaceX.
JSE-listed Adapt IT is acquiring Australia’s Wisenet Group and Wisenet SG in a multimillion-rand deal that looks set to grow the South African software group’s presence in Australasia.
The CEO remained tight-lipped about the exact nature of the company’s plans, but did put a lot of emphasis on healthcare in an interview with CNBC.
It is increasingly clear that the company’s base of loyal users isn’t an inexhaustible resource from whom it can forever extract a rent through its services offerings