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Google's core Internet business grew net revenue 23 per cent in the first quarter to a better-than-expected $9.99 billion. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

Google reported stronger-than-anticipated quarterly figures as advertisers increased spending on mobile and video promotions. Google's c(...)

Shipments of Nokia mobile phones slumped 21 per cent to 55.8 million units, a far steeper decline than the 8 per cent fall that markets expected, with unit sales down in every region. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

A sharp fall in sales of Nokia’s basic phones overshadowed a stronger performance from its Lumia smartphones in the first quarter, rekindling f(...)

Many other issues remain just as they were in 1999 – unresolved issues of copyright regulation, uncertainty over whether net-based companies are overvalued, the assertion that information may not actually want to be free

Does this sound familiar? “It is time to admit that we need some good old-fashioned laws and regulations to establish a privacy baseline (...)

Among the products planned by Nokia for this year is a lighter and more advanced version of the existing flagship Lumia 920. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Nokia aims to revitalise its smartphone business with flagship launches this year including a move into the supersized tablet phone market. (...)

Showgoers visit the Intel booth on the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this year. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters

Intel said its current-quarter revenue would decline as much as 8 per cent and trimmed its 2013 capital spending plans, as personal computer sa(...)

As I type this article there’s a little gadget the size of a pebble in my pocket. It’s tracking every move I make. Actually, it’s not. It probably (...)

When Ronan Clarke was asked by a US multinational to fit out an office space with 25 whiteboards a number of years ago, he had little idea that(...)

Old computer monitors being recycled in Beijing, China, this week. First-quarter shipments of PCs fell 14 per cent worldwide from the same time last year, according to International Data Corporation - the deepest quarterly drop since the firm started tracking the industry in 1994. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters

The ailing personal computer market is getting weaker and starting to look as though it will never fully recover as a new generation of mo(...)

The complaint comes as the European Commission’s antitrust chief, Joaquin Almunia, continues an investigation into Google’s dominance

Fairsearch Europe, a group including rivals Microsoft, claims the Android operating system is a “deceptive way” to dominate the search market. (...)

We have become used to Moore’s law, originally advanced by Dell’s Gordon E Moore way back in 1965, which says that computing power roughly dou(...)

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