Google users' data is now protected and safe from any types of spying from everybody, including the U. S. government, Eric Schmidt has assured.
Mr. Schmidt claimed that Google, the world's leading Internet search engine, had taken great measure to make sure that things like spying by the United States' NSA would not happen again in the future.
Steve Ballmer has admitted that convincing the Microsoft board for buying handset maker Nokia was one of the toughest tasks he performed during his 14-year tenure as CEO at the world's biggest software firm.
Netflix's recently announced transit deal with Comcast would result in some new incremental costs but it wouldn't be expensive enough to change the video streaming giant's guidance on its future financial performance, Netflix CFO David Well said.
Many users of Google Chrome seem to be upset with the update the web browser received recently, some posts published on the browser's discussion forum suggest.
Tech giant Google Inc is reportedly working on a low-cost smartphone, which could hit markets sometime in the first quarter of next year.
Emerging reports say that Google is developing a $50 smartphone under the project name "Ara," which aims at creating a modular smartphone.
The U. S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday closed the process of auction of so-called H Block of spectrum frequencies.
The auction process came to an end after a total of 167 rounds of bids by a number of companies including Dish Network since January 22. The federal agency is expected to announce winners in next few days.
BlackBerry on Friday announced that it would soon bring stickers to its cross-platform messaging service BBM.
The launch of stickers, which will feature little tiny photos based around the theme of a particular pack, will make communication with friends and relatives through BBM will a real fun. Just like Facebook and LINE, BlackBerry will make stickers available in packs of 20-25.