Twitter stock up 34% amid rising user numbers

First headline profit as a public company beats expectations

Oracle cuts Ellison’s share options award

US software group has faced investor anger over executive pay

Android devices ‘threatened by fake apps’

Cyber security researchers find flaw in Google operating system

Twitter: keeping the ball rolling

World Cup adds to good second-quarter results, but can the momentum continue?

Max Mosley, President of the FIA, photographed at the Sofitel, St. James, this afternoon before an interview with the FT.
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Mosley takes Google to UK High Court

Attempt to block material relating to sadomasochistic sex session

UK court to hear Google ‘internet abuse’ case

Businessman seeks to block defamatory material in search results

Ecommerce site Flipkart raises $1bn

Indian online retailer to use funds to focus on mobile users

Beware this latest digital contagion

Lisa Pollack finds the perfect answer to password paranoia but password snobbery is addictive

Baidu follows Google steer with self-driving car

Vehicle to guide itself unless driver chooses to take over

Microsoft target of China antitrust probe

Latest setback for company follows moves against US tech groups

Pace hit by finance chief resignation

Shares in set-top box maker fall after departure of Roddy Murray

BSkyB invests in virtual reality start-up

Pay-TV provider doubles its backing of California’s Jaunt

LinkedIn boss is wrong on poaching staff

Companies will authorise all available methods to keep best staff

Amazon: cloudy outlook

Jeff Bezos must justify the bet on web services

Week in review, July 26

Bose gets noisy in suit over Apple’s Beats

Claims that rival infringed patents on noise-cancelling technology

Small-cap Week, July 26

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Tablet magic wanes as Jobs’ dream realised

Demand for computing screen slabs is slowing

IC: July 26 highlights

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Facebook: to like or not to like

Shares have reached an all-time high, but are they worth it?