Ahead of its full-year results, the telecoms group is under pressure to decide the fate of its stake in the Verizon joint venture. Christopher Williams reports
Major shareholders have called on Vodafone chief executive Vittorio Colao to take action in response to Verizon's campaign to take full control of their joint venture, Verizon Wireless.
Actor Stephen Fry and Peter Fluck, co-founder of Spitting Image, have invested in a new technology which creates digital, animated talking heads to broadcast spoken words to audiences over the internet.
The internet is transforming our economy and our lives. More than nine out of 10 flights are now booked online. Digital music, almost unknown a decade ago, already makes up 40pc of total sales.
The Financial Times website and multiple Twitter accounts belonging to the news organisation were hacked today, the company confirmed, apparently by hacker group the Syrian Electronic Army.
US computer giant Dell has seen quarterly profits plunge 79pc from a year ago, as a consumer shift away from PCs hammered the company's bottom line.
David Beckham could easily earn more per year in retirement than during his playing career, marketing experts have predicted.
Facebook and Twitter have launched applications for Google Glass as developers rushed to learn more about tailoring software for the internet-linked eyewear yet to hit the market.
The man who was expected to follow Alan Rusbridger as editor in chief will become editor of Newsnight.
TalkTalk said its annual profits tumbled 21pc as it invested in growing its broadband-based television service to compete with rivals BT, BSkyB and Virgin Media.
The Guardian's deputy editor has been chosen to head up the BBC's current affairs programme Newsnight, replacing its previous editor who was forced out following the Jimmy Savile scandal.
Chairman brands councillors who rejected proposals "irrational" and vowed to appeal to the government.
Google shares leapt to a new all-time high Wednesday, as the internet giant opened its developers' conference.
TalkTalk chief executive Dido Harding has insisted her firm does not need to respond to BT's high-profile offer of free sports channels for broadband subscribers, as she prepares to deliver annual results on Thursday.
Google co-founder says his partially paralysed vocal cords will not stop him from running the search giant.
An auction winner has paid $610,000 (£400,000) to have a cup of coffee with Apple chief executive Tim Cook.
Channel 4 swung to its first annual loss in four years after it poured cash reserves into programme-making such as its high-profile coverage of the Paralympic Games.