On Thursday morning, the shareholders of Dell Inc. will help decide
what the future might look like for the largest private employer in Central
CEO Steve Ballmer is restructuring the company to cope with a quickening pace of
The future of Microsoft, and
how well it competes in a changing tech market, hangs at least in part on how
well its reorganization is executed.
Shares in India's Infosys Technologies rose
by 11 percent Friday after the company reported
better-than-expected earnings and maintained its yearly revenue
The European Union carried out
unannounced inspections upon some Internet service companies due to concerns they are abusing their dominant market
Carl Icahn plans to seek a
higher price for his Dell shares in court and urged other
investors to do the same, in an effort to block founder Michael
Dell's buyout offer ahead of a key shareholder meeting.
Television advertising is starting to see some serious competition from online
video advertising in terms of effectiveness.
Apple and Amazon have ended their lawsuits
over the "App Store" name to sell applications for mobile
devices, according to court papers.
Microsoft is about to announce a major
corporate reorganization to align the company with mobile devices and online services, All Things Digital reported Tuesday.
Before becoming Zynga's new CEO earlier this month,
Don Mattrick tried to buy the company when he was head of Microsoft's Xbox
division, according to a published report.
CBS and Netflix today announced an extension of its multiyear licensing agreement for select CBS library content streamed instantly to Netflix customers.
Apple's hotly rumored iWatch wearable computer may have trouble selling under that
name in the U.S., Britain, parts of Europe and China, CNET reported
Samsung bought Israeli and New York City
streaming media startup Boxee for $30 million, tech websites reported.
HTC, Taiwan's largest smartphone maker,
reported an 83 percent year-on-year decline in second-quarter
earnings amid production delays and a saturated market.
French video game maker Ubisoft says some of its online systems have been hacked
and players' usernames, email addresses and passwords were stolen.