Dell's quarterly earnings fell 72
percent compared to the second quarter in 2012, the company said Thursday.
"Jobs" is the sort of movie that puts us all on elephant patrol. So let's deal with the elephant in the room first.
Carl Icahn's huge bet on Apple suffered an early setback as
figures showed the technology giant had lost ground to Samsung.
Internet giant Google has named Austin its 2013 Texas eCity, declaring
that Central Texas businesses have a stronger online presence than their
counterparts elsewhere in the state.
Smartphone maker ZTE says it will sell a handset running the new Firefox
operating system in U.K. and U.S. markets exclusively through eBay.
Microsoft Corp. may be among the potential buyers for smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd.
Apple plans to unveil updated models of its iPad tablet computer - to go along with new iPhone versions coming in September - ahead of the important Christmas shopping season, reports said Tuesday.
A judge on Friday rejected Apple's request to
suspend her ruling that found the company in violation of antitrust laws,
exposing it to restrictions on its
agreements with book publishers, Cnet.com reported.
The U.S. International Trade Commission slapped
an import ban Friday on several Samsung products but delayed its
implementation pending a review by the White House, the Wall
Street Journal reported.
Growth in the smartphone and tablet market is increasingly driven by Android-based devices, not Apple ones, a U.S. poll
In 2010, for example, San Francisco casual clothing maker Gap suddenly gave its
famed blue-square logo the boot, replacing it with one that set the Gap name
against a white backdrop. After a week of mounting criticism on the Internet,
Gap reverted to its old logo.
Eric Lefkofsky says he intends to head Groupon till the Chicago outfit has stabilized as an e-commerce company.
Yahoo is getting a makeover a year after CEO Marissa Mayer launched her ambitious plan to revitalize the ailing Internet pioneer.
AOL will buy video advertising platform Adap.tv for $405 million in cash
and stock, the online company's biggest deal since leaving Time Warner.
Some of Silicon Valley's largest tech firms have spent millions to steer the direction of the immigration debate to capture a supply of highly skilled immigrant workers at low cost, according to critics.