HP profits edge lower on lacklustre sales

PC business the bright spot as fourth-quarter revenues slip

Apple joins the one-company $700bn club

New high for the stock reflects hopes for iPhone and new products

Advanced Computer Software in £725m buyout

Vista Equity Partners snaps up healthcare specialist

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Washington weighs in on Google probe

Senate and House express alarm at EU vote on break-up

Google: trust and antitrust

US search engine’s EU woes mirror those of Microsoft and may get worse before they get better

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Growth in UK ‘sharing economy’ envisaged

Market for access over ownership could be worth £9bn by 2025

Capitalists sold the mills and bought the future

If capital is indeed back as Piketty says, it is in a different way

Sony banks on image sensors and gaming

Electronics group to pare back smartphone range

South Korea targets 5G global supremacy

Seoul aims to secure lead in internet speed and hardware exports

A triumph for man over supercomputer

Carlsen reinforces view he is best chess has seen

Green debate hots up over private sector

Geoengineering raises moral dilemmas for governments

BT in £10bn move to reclaim top position

UK telecoms group reveals discussions over potential acquisition

BT set to shake up the telecoms sector

A deal for O2 or EE could spark fresh dealmaking in the sector

Taxpayers expected to foot web data bill

Internet providers could pass cost to Home Office

Focusrite hopes IPO gets whole lotta love

Former Led Zeppelin soundman’s company in £80m float

Lord Malloch-Brown joins voting tech group

Peer to chair venture as it plans expansion push

Innovation that exploits the past

Gambling on a rare flash of genius is expensive

Samsung eyes management shake-up

Founding family looks to cement control over S Korean business empire

Public sector urged to back innovators

R&D spending not being used to help create new lines, says report

Huawei bets on 5G for driverless cars

5G technology will allow autonomous control from behind the driver’s seat

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