Google showcase short on big new visions

Artificial intelligence applications stand out as significant

Google and GoPro in virtual reality deal

Tech groups team up to cut cost of technology

Avago microchip

Chipmaker Avago buys Broadcom for $37bn

Deal is largest tech acquisition since late-1990s dotcom bubble

Chipmaker Avago buys Broadcom for $37bn

Companies strive to boost exposure to growth markets

The Shazam Entertainment Ltd. logo sits on a wall as an employee uses a smartphone in this arranged photo at the company's headquarters in London, U.K., on Friday, July 26, 2013. Billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil SAB has invested $40 million in the London-based company behind the software with more than 70 million active users every month. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Shazam to launch image-recognition service

Music identification app turns to augmented reality for marketers

Lenovo spurns content-subsidised devices

CEO says ‘smart connectivity’ will help group challenge upstarts

Jawbone sues Fitbit on eve of IPO

Company claims rival poached employees who knew trade secrets

Retailers turn on in-store beacons

Bricks and mortar companies in effort to better target consumers

Avago microchip

Avago/Broadcom: celebrations too early

Debt casts shadow over tie-up of semiconductor groups

Google I/O: What’s next for Android?

Annual software developer conference draws thousands

Independent news sites swim with sharks

Recode deal shows how big groups are set to swallow minnows

Staying in the picture: three action cams

Sony is catching up with GoPro while HTC’s Re can show both a trick or two

Apple eyes car as ‘ultimate mobile device’

Executive at iPhone maker hints at group’s ambitions in the automotive industry

Avago in late stage talks to buy Broadcom

A deal would create a chipmaker with a $70bn enterprise value

DJI and Airware launch drone funds

Move is effort to spur innovation for unmanned aerial devices

Adblocking group secures fresh legal win

German ruling raises pressure on online advertising

Rob Terry regains control of Quindell unit

Entrepreneur funds purchase of 49% stake in video services group

One in 10 toddlers use own tablet

Three to four-year-olds have own device to keep them entertained

Fitbit: looking healthy

Wearable fitness devices are booming, but can the fashion last?

Review: ‘Holacracy’, by Brian Robertson

Book on alternative management system may be a setback for the cause

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