AT&T and TPG Capital have completed their DirecTV deal, spinning off the brand from AT&T.
Google is taking a page from Apple and building its own system on a chip (SoC) processors to power its Pixel line of smartphones.
The cloud infrastructure market continued its impressive gains, with spending hitting $42 billion in Q2, according to Synergy Research Group.
Google is cutting off Android 2.3.7 and older from logging in, leaving the aging versions of the mobile OS in the cold.
Twitter is looking to help businesses bring e-commerce to their Twitter profiles with a new feature called Shop Module.
Amazon has been hit with a whopping $888 million fine from the EU over how it handled private data.
In what is becoming an all-too-familiar routine, the New York Times has announced it is pushing back its return to the office.
Invisibly is looking to disrupt the advertising industry, launching a platform that puts people in control of their data.