Tesla has followed through on rumoured price increases in the Chinese market. Earlier this week, sources said there could also be a further increase in December, but no official news on that yet.
AT&T is increasing the price for all tiers of its TV live-streaming service, bringing it in line with other similar offerings on the market, as the company seeks to increase profit.
If you enjoy Amazon Prime, but don't take advantage of paying a year at a time, then you will notice a bump in what you pay each month. The fee increase means $57 more each year over the yearly fee.
After its parent company, BT, announced its third set of price increases in sixteen months in January, EE is now informing its customers that their prices will rise by 2.5% from next month.
Sonos is the latest company to raise its prices in the UK following the country's decision last year to leave the EU, which led to a significantly weaker pound sterling against the US dollar.
If you are an AT&T customer that is still on one of its legacy unlimited plans - be prepared to have your bill increased by $5 starting in March. AT&T has started warning customers of the price hike.
Virgin Media has begun issuing letters to its subscribers informing them of the third price hike this year. Line rentals will increase by £1.01 and broadband packages will increase by £3-£4.
OnePlus is warning its UK-based customers that price increases might be on the way. The company blames this on the pound's declining value and the thin profit margins that OnePlus relies on.
Amazon announces a price hike for its minimum spending amount for orders to qualify for free shipping. The price hike will put Amazon's free shipping requirements in-line with other major retailers.
Netflix has raised the price of its standard streaming plan by $1 per month. The price increase is immediate for new customers and comes into effect in 12 months time for existing customers.
Virgin Media is raising prices on its broadband-only plans by up to 6% - its fourth increase in three years, which means these customers will now be paying nearly £7 a month more than in January 2013.
Virgin Media is raising its broadband prices for the second time this year, with bills going up by £1.50 a month for certain customers - but those affected can cancel their contract without penalty.