A study has revealed that some of the world's biggest tech companies are unable to meet user digital rights based on their user agreements.
Microsoft has killed unlimited storage in OneDrive. It has downgraded to other smaller options.
Google has kept its promise, releasing monthly security updates for its Nexus devices as it has already released security updates for November.
Following the declining sales and phone shipments, BlackBerry's Android phone, the BlackBerry Priv, may be the company's last according to analysts.
Trend Micro has found that over 14,000 apps are using a malware-infected software development kit or SDK from Baidu, putting100 million Android users at risk.
Sony will not be offering backwards compatibility for PlayStation 4 users despite persistent rumors. The device's competitor, Xbox One, will be offering the requested feature to its users.
Facebook's Instagram now has a curated video channel. The feature comes as an answer to Snapchat and Twitter.
A study has found that one's manner of using Twitter can identify his income level.
Smart Sheriff, the most popular child-monitoring app in South Korea, has been pulled out of app stores.
A recent study has shown that months after its debut, the Windows 10 operating system is powering 132 million PCs. The increase of PCs using Windows 10 has reportedly been slow.
Facebook has been faced with criticisms because of its 'real name' policy. Now, the social network is making changes on the policy in question.
Marks and Spencer chief Marc Bolland is looking into acquiring new clothing brands to boost sales of the high-street retailer. The retailer has made reports last week after a glitch exposed customer data.
Windows will be releasing an important update for Windows 10, called Redstone, in summer next year.
UK telecommunications company Vodafone has been hacked. The attack affected about 2,000 customers.