The company acquires its peer, Mellanox Technologies, for $6.9 billion, thwarting Intel's offer for Mellanox.
Ireland-based Enterprise System Partners, Danish firm Hjaltelin Stahl and What If join the Accenture family.
Facebook faces 10 investigations by Ireland's privacy regulator.
The online image search platform files confidentially for a US initial public offering and is looking for a valuation of $12 billion.
Google, Amazon and other tech firms will have to tell companies how they rank their own or rival products on their platforms, according to new €EU rules.
Bharti Airtel's Kenyan unit will combine with Telkom Kenya, creating the second-largest telecoms operator in the East African nation.
The company has been accused of conspiracy to defraud the US, bank fraud and theft of trade secrets from T-Mobile.
Google was fined $57 million for not going far enough to get valid user consent to gather data for targeted advertising.
The company buys First Data for $22 billion, in a move that creates one of the world's leading payments and financial technology providers.
The company acquired Adaptly, Enaxis Consulting and Knowledgent.
Lenovo regained the number one PC slot and Dell the number one server position.
The US Justice Department has filed charges accusing Lynch, who founded Autonomy, of financial fraud.
Paul Booth is an independent commentator who looks for significance in what ICT vendors haven't said.