Twitter has acquired blogging company Posterous, and said its engineers, product managers and others will join Twitter teams working on several key initiatives.
Western Digital completed Thursday the acquisition of the hard drive business of Hitachi, and set up two subsidiaries with separate brands and products...
Eastman Kodak has asked a bankruptcy court to decide on its patent dispute with Apple, thus opposing a motion by Apple for permission to resume the patent litigation.
Hewlett-Packard has reportedly cut 275 jobs in its webOS group, as part of its strategy to turn the operating system over to the open-source community.
Yahoo is threatening action unless Facebook licenses some of its technologies, as other web and technology companies are said to have done.
Samsung Electronics has decided to spin off the company's LCD (liquid crystal display) panel manufacturing unit.
Apple has asked a federal court in California for an order enjoining Motorola Mobility from suing the company in other courts for patent infringement in connection with its use of chips from Qualcomm in its products.
Seagate Technology says that supply of hard disk drives will continue to fall short of demand as a result of flooding in Thailand.
Apple has emerged as the number one smartphone vendor worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2011, by a small margin, after losing ground to Samsung in the previous quarter, according to research firms Strategy Analytics and IHS iSuppli.
A hard disk drive shortage caused by flooding in Thailand is forcing some high-tech companies to alter their revenue forecasts.
Twitter has acquired Internet security firm Dasient, the Sunnyvale, California startup said on its blog on Monday.
Research In Motion's co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie have quit after a tumultuous period for the smartphone maker, fueled in part by the rise of Apple's iPhone.
Struggling Eastman Kodak said Thursday that it and its U.S. subsidiaries have filed for Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to reorganize its business.
Wikipedia has decided to black out the English version of the online encyclopedia for 24 hours on Wednesday to protest against the Stop Online Piracy Act.
After strong holiday sales of the Nook ereader, bookseller Barnes & Noble is considering spinning off its Nook digital business to help it grow.