Samsung's contends if faces excessive penalties for copying the patented designs of the iPhone.
Dyson expects to spend $7 million per week on research and development in 2016.
All 62 people on board the flight were killed
The casual gamer is a coveted demographic for consoles, and Oculus appears to have given it some thought.
Wozniak says smartwatch took Apple into "jewelry market" saying it isn't "the company that really changed the world a lot”.
President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to tackle “mind-boggling” levels of corruption in the oil industry.
Volkswagen brand passenger car global sales fell nearly 5 percent in February.
Nigeria’s budget, announced in December, has not been passed due to a series of issues.
The boycott movement will keep campaigning until the sale is final, but G4S says its decision is commercial.
As part of a six-month trial, the robots can be booked to delivery packages and groceries locally.
Shares of Chipotle fell as much as 6.1 percent early, then gained back some ground.
British industrial output grew in January following a sharp fall in December, helped by a stronger than expected upturn in manufacturing.
Mobile provider MTN was fined $3.9 billion for failing to disconnect unregistered SIM cards in Nigeria.
Two of Nigeria's four state-run refineries remain closed due to attacks on oil pipelines.
The web forum is credited with spawning the Anonymous hacking collective.
The number of women in the workplace is 25.5 percent lower than the number of men.
Ransomware encrypts data on infected machines, then typically asks users to pay ransoms.
West Bank winemakers are plotting different ways to deal with the European Union's new guidelines.
The unemployment rate held at an eight-year low of 4.9 percent, and the average length of the workweek also fell.
Jeff Weiner has announced plans to give his annual stock bonus to LinkedIn employees.
Despite improvements, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation still loses $15 million per month.
Audio from 3-D printers could be music to the ears of industrial spies.
Forbes magazine has announced its annual list of the world's richest individuals. While many of the same people are on it, as Sara Hemrajani reports, they have lost some of their wealth.
The country's budget was announced in December, but several issues have stalled its implementation.
The Danish company sold 25 percent more toys in 2015 than in the year before.
Are trade deficits between nations evidence of theft? And would a trade war make America richer?
Google says it bears "some responsibility" after the car struck a bus in Mountain View, California earlier in February.
The supermarket will supply groceries through the Prime Now and Amazon Pantry services.
The nonexistent workers were removed from the state payroll following an audit launched in December.