That was before it announced it would end production for good - analysts warn worse to come as long-term damage to Samsung's brand remains unknown
Google is a global superpower.
Social and online media are playing a larger role in political advertising, largely at the expense of television.
The company's first phone of its own will be keeping some features to itself
The little speaker and microphone system is an entire computer meant to be used without ever speaking – just like Amazon's Alexa
The headset is made of the same materials that tee shirts and other clothes are made of
The Assistant is Google's version of Siri, and calls on all of the information that Google stores about its users
The phone appears, like every other new handset, to just be a phone. It’s what’s inside and outside of it that will matter
The site’s autocomplete tools are set up to hide some kinds of negative suggestions, meaning that all bad things are hidden
Apple is making £425 profit for every iPhone 7 bought (it costs £170 in hardware and £4 in manufacturing costs to make) and it’s unclear how happy consumers will be to stump up that kind of cash in the long-term. What we do know is that shares haven't improved
Disney and Microsoft join a growing list of potential suitors said to include Salesforce and Google
Nobody knows when Google’s birthday is – setting a tone of joyful confusion that marks much of what the company does
Twitter stock has skyrocketed 21% to $22.59 in mid-morning trading on Friday
Coastguard says function of buildings is 'classified military information'
People’s personal information is used to suggest what they might be looking for – but might make them open for others to see, too
‘Don’t use Allo,' tweeted Mr Snowden