China's Supreme Court to take on intellectual property cases
The Supreme Court to handle appeals on intellectual property rights cases starting in January.
US judge dismisses suit versus Google over facial recognition software
The complainants allege Google violated Illinois state law by collecting and storing biometric data from people's photographs.
Tesla names Larry Ellison, Kathleen Wilson-Thompson to board
The electric car company adds two independent board directors as part of a September deal with federal regulators.
Instagram 'back to normal' after bug triggers temporary change to feed
The photo-sharing network says it has fixed a bug that led to a temporary change in the appearance of its feed for a large number of users.
Huawei expects 2018 revenue to rise 21% despite international scrutiny
The Chinese tech giant weathers heightened global scrutiny, as it readies to mark its fastest pace of business growth in two years.
White House mulls executive order to bar Huawei, ZTE purchases
President Donald Trump considering an executive order in the new year that would bar US companies from using telecoms equipment made by China's Huawei and ZTE.
Facebook shares could hit $160 in 2019: Citron
Citron Research says the social media giant's revenue and user base have seen little impact from the reported data scandals and privacy issues.
MTN pays $53m to settle $8.1bn Nigeria dispute
MTN Group ends four-month multi-billion dollar dividend repatriation row with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
SpaceX launches first US national security space mission
The launch marks the rocket company's first national security space mission for the US.
Elon Musk says Tesla to pay customers for missed tax credits
The billionaire promises to reimburse customers if delays to car deliveries cause them to miss out on a significant tax credit.
China hacked HPE, IBM and then attacked clients - sources
Hackers working on behalf of China's Ministry of State Security breached the networks of HPE and IBM.