Saturday, April 11, 2015
U.S. energy giant PG&E was hit with a US$1.6 billion fine Thursday over the deadly 2010 explosion in California which left eight people dead, authorities said.
Friday, April 10, 2015
Samsung rolled out a new smartphone on Friday in a bid to regain market dominance as arch-rival Apple, eyeing the next generation of wearable technology, opened pre-sales for its first watch.
AT&T will pay a US$25 million fine for "lax security" at overseas call centers where employees stole personal data for mobile phone traffickers, U.S. regulators said Wednesday.
Users of the Apple iPhone and iPad got a new palate of emoji on Wednesday, including a group of alternative or gay family illustrations.
Zynga, the struggling social gaming group, announced Wednesday that co-founder Mark Pincus would return as top executive, less than two years after being replaced.
Thursday, April 9, 2015
Energy titan Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday announced a mega takeover of British rival BG Group worth 47 billion pounds, consolidating their positions in a sector battered by sliding oil prices.
France's Vivendi said Tuesday it had entered into "exclusive talks" to buy 80 percent of Dailymotion after Paris thwarted attempts by Yahoo and a Hong Kong telecoms giant to buy a stake in the video-sharing site.
U.S. technology giant Microsoft has launched a pilot program to hire autistic workers at its headquarters in Washington state.
The three original "Star Wars" movies and their more recent prequels are being released online in digital form for the first time, the studios behind the iconic franchise has announced.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
U.S. delivery service FedEx reached a deal Tuesday to buy Dutch rival TNT Express for 4.4 billion euros (US$4.8 billion), ramping up its European presence as global e-commerce proliferates.