The Google business unit of Alphabet generated $21.2 billion in revenue, an 18% increase from a year earlier.
The SEC alleges the software vendor's flawed internal controls enabled a former VP to bribe a Panamanian government official.
The online retailer also reported lower net income and flat revenue for the fourth quarter of 2015.
Advertising revenue in the fourth quarter rose 57%, to $5.64 billion, beating analysts' average expectation of $5.15 billion.
The acquisition of video streaming provider Ustream adds a fourth piece to IBM's planned enterprise video offering.
WhatsApp is going to find a different way to monetize its 900 million monthly active users.
Data icebergs, drones, augmented reality, information on everything, the API economy — it should be a fascinating year.
Researchers from Virginia Tech found self-driving cars had lower rates of severe and less severe crashes than conventional vehicles.
Internet rights groups say Facebook has made unfounded attacks on those "who have fought, and who continue to fight, for Net Neutrality."
Operational IT budgets will rise a median of 2% this year, says Computer Economics.