Cisco has beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue and profit, benefiting from routers and switches demand as well as growth in software.
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Several prominent investors put fresh money to work in Apple during the third quarter even as they sold out of other high-flying tech companies.
Dell is working with investment banks to add more cash to a $21.7 billion offer to buy back a "tracking stock" tied to its software company VMware.
Shares in Asian suppliers and assemblers for Apple fell on Tuesday after several component makers warned of weaker than expected results.
Carl Icahn has said that VMware should be worth US$300 per share, the activist investor's latest bid to scuttle Dell's plan to go public.
Apple shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday as three suppliers issued warnings on results that pointed to weakness in iPhone sales.
Google will change the way it handles sexual harassment claims, a week after 20,000 of its workers around the world walked off their jobs in protest.
Amazon.com will carry more Apple products globally in time for the holiday shopping season, as the tech rivals put aside past differences to boost sales.
Apple has found some issues affecting some of its iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook pro products and said the company would fix them free of charge.
Cisco is teaming with AWS to offer software tools that would make it easier for customers to use data centres to run their business applications.
Vietnam wants 50 per cent of its social media users to use domestic networks by 2020 to prevent "toxic information" on Facebook and Google.
Extensive online engagement is an essential part of building fresh success for Manchester United, the club's managing director Richard Arnold has revealed.
Women leaders in technology called at one of the sector's largest global conferences for more to be done to drive equality in the male-dominated industry.
Apple is not in talks "at any level" to settle its wide-ranging legal dispute with Qualcomm, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Hong Kong's privacy commissioner will launch a compliance investigation into Cathay Pacific Airways over a data breach involving 9.4 million passengers.