Queuing for the new phone at the Apple store in Chicago. Photograph: John Gress/Getty Images

Thousands of Apple fans around the world camped out overnight to be among the first to get their hands on the new iPhone 6S range. However, some queue(...)

Oracle’s executive chairman of the board and chief technology officer Larry Ellison. Oracle’s net income fell to $2.76 billion, or 62 cents per share, in the fourth quarter

Oracle forecast quarterly profit below analysts’ estimates, and said weak sales of its traditional database software licenses were made worse by a str(...)

DNA molecules seen under a microscope. Experts on DNA and data say without access to the cloud, modern genomics would grind to a halt

Amazon. com is in a race against Google to store data on human DNA, seeking both bragging rights in helping scientists make new medical discoveries an(...)

Microsoft has reported revenue and profit above Wall Street expectations, as sales of its hardware and cloud-computing services helped to offset a de(...)

 The lack of queues at Apple stores will make it hard to judge popular demand for the watch, which comes in 38 variations with prices ranging from $349 to $10,000. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

The Apple Watch launched globally on Friday with a small queue of Japanese tech-addicts lining up in Tokyo for Apples first wearable gadget, but there(...)

The IBM facility at Damastown , near Clonee, in Co. Meath. The tech giant today released a poor set of results which sent its share price plummeting.

IBM said it will no longer reach its earnings forecast for 2015, ditching a five-year profit goal as the company struggles to transform quickly enough(...)

Larry Ellison, who co-founded the database company that became Oracle in 1977, will become executive chairman and chief technology officer.

Oracle’s long-standing chief executive Larry Ellison stepped down on Thursday, to be replaced by co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, as the business so(...)

Satya Nadella signaled in a memo last week that big organisational changes were coming soon. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Microsoft’s huge job cuts in the businesses it acquired from Nokia raise questions about its plans in the market for mobile devices. The acquisition, (...)