Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason demand Xerox explore strategic options and said they would join forces to elect four new members to the board.
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Toshiba is considering a public listing for its prized memory chip business if its US$18 billion sale to Bain Capital fails to gain approval.
A former software engineer for IBM in China was sentenced to five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to stealing proprietary source code.
Investors call for the termination or renegotiation of Xerox's long-running photocopier joint venture with Fujifilm Holdings.
Apple will release a software update to let users turn off a feature that slows down iPhones when batteries are low on charge.
IBM’s revenue rose for the first time in 23 quarters following 30 per cent growth in the company's cloud business.
Hackers had exploited a flaw in Schneider Electric's software in a watershed incident last month that halted plant operations at an industrial facility.
Data center computers with Intel’s newer chips might reboot more often than normal due to problems with Spectre and Meltdown patches.
At least one analyst thinks the Spectre and Meltdown flaws could see IBM pick up new market share.
Bitcoin investors gripped by fears regulators could clamp down on the volatile cryptocurrency that sky-rocketed last year.
Oracle will issue a critical patch that provides fixes for certain of its products for Intel chip flaws.
World's largest container shipping firm teams up with IBM to create an industry-wide trading platform to speed up trade and save billions of dollars.
After a blistering year-and-a-half long surge, a sudden drop in some memory chip prices is causing jitters among investors.
What is the problem? How bad is it? How have chipmakers responded? What is being done to prevent similar problems in the future?
Dropbox, has filed confidentially for a US initial public offering, a source close to the matter told Reuters on Thursday.