UK based mobile network operator, Telefonica O2 has named Capita as the preferred bidder for a 10-year customer management outsourcing contract.
Apple has been accused of trying to find the "Holy Grain" of tax avoidance schemes by a committee of US politicians who are investigating the company's tax affairs.
Australia's Telstra says that it has turned on its 1,500th 4G base station as part of its program to extend 4G coverage to 66 percent of the Australian population by the end of next month.
Imagine a bendable tablet computer or an electronic newspaper that could fold to fit in a pocket.
Toshiba today announced that the company has developed second generation 19 nanometer process technology that it will apply to mass production of 2-bit-per-cell 64 gigabit NAND memory chips later this month.
Sprint Nextel is to provide more information to Dish Network as it assesses the potential of its rival takeover bid for the company.
Ericsson says that it has developed a series of Wi-Fi connectivity tools that ensure smartphone users are only automatically connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot when it can offer a faster download speed than the wider cellular network.
South Africa's Vodacom is denying that it owes R77.8 million (US$8.3 million) for overdue licensing fees to the telecoms regulator, and is willing to go to court if necessary.
UK based British Telecom is to source all of its electricity supply in the country from renewable energy, after signing an agreement with npower, making it one of the largest UK commercial companies to do so.
The Chief Financial Officer at the struggling telecoms equipment manufacturer, Tellabs, Andrew B.