Nintendo has announced its top executives will take temporary pay cuts to help the company's finances.
Yahoo share prices fell by more than 5% in after-hours trading after it announced a drop in its revenues for the fourth consecutive quarter.
Apple's shares fell by 9% in after-hours trading after it reported flat profits for the months October to January.
With economic growth in the UK predicted to increase in 2014, small and medium enterprises will be able to find their feet again, but only with the help of advanced IT systems and networks, according to Cloud Computing specialists, Qubic.
Samsung has announced a drop in its quarterly profits for the first time in two years.
Microsoft has reported stronger-than-expected profits for the three months October to December.
Chinese computer manufacturer, Lenovo has agreed a deal to buy IBM's low-end server business for $2.3bn (£1.4bn), in what has been described as the biggest ever technology acquisition by a Chinese company.
Argos, one of the UK’s leading multi-channel retailers, will join the Future High Streets Forum, High Streets Minister Brandon Lewis has announced.
Nintendo, the Japanese video game manufacturer and creator of the Super Mario franchise, has seen its share prices fall by 18% following a profit warning.
The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) is urging businesses in the UK to take control of their IT estates as they start 2014 to save money, reduce hassle, and ensure compliance with the law.