While other projects get more attention, Google's efforts to make mobile search results more relevant are arguably more significant than any of them.
Game sales growth partly offsets slumps in smartphones and semiconductors.
Product overlap and conflicts of interest abound for Oracle's $9.3 billion cloud acquisition.
The social media juggernaut's revenue growth accelerated to 59% annually, in spite of virtually no revenue from Messenger or WhatsApp.
Twitter's guidance suggests weak user growth and intense social ad competition have caught up with it. Investors appear to be running out of patience.
Two relatively new product lines gave Apple a sales boost against a backdrop of low expectations.
The e-commerce giant has launched Amazon Prime in India, after having committed $5 billion to the country.
Tesla's decision not to use upcoming versions of Mobileye's vision processors shows how competitive self-driving car R&D is becoming.
Here's a look at major tech stories in the news.
If Chinese web giant Alibaba is interested in buying back its own shares -- and it should be -- Yahoo! could be significantly undervalued on a sum-of-the-parts basis.