BlackBerry could be sold, or could partner with another firm, the Z10-maker says.
What's the cost of doing business in the face of Facebook? Path aims to find out with a paid model of its personal social network.
Google releases an interactive visualization that plots user and data growth over time, as well as the Web technologies that have driven the transformation of the Internet.
Microsoft is eyeing up Google's Project Glass with plans for its own high-tech specs.
The Galaxy S3 is still popular, Samsung's figures suggest. Meanwhile the South Korean company is plotting a brand overhaul.
New UK laws could give intelligence services easy access to your emails, calls and web visits.
Torrent site The Pirate Bay says it's going to experiment with flying server drones that hover several kilometres in the air.
Google had warned that it planned to start deleting Google+ profiles that had not been made public sometime after yesterday, July 31. It's unclear whether this has started happening yet.
Rob Wells, the former surfer turned music exec, was among the first in the industry to cheer Spotify. In an interview with CNET, Wells says that embracing new business models has paid off.
For years, the PC industry has longed to make a compelling device that's bigger than a phone but smaller than a notebook. They have failed. Can Apple pull it off?