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.
The Justice Department is pressing for
an antitrust monitor to supervise the Apple Store as
part of the remedy for the company's conviction for illegally fixing
the price of e-books.
Representatives from more than 20 Hispanic chambers met to learn social media best practices, which will be shared to and ultimately, benefit businesses across the country.
Sony posted a net profit of $35 million in the April-to-June quarter on a weaker yen and
strong smartphone sales, the company said Thursday.
SkyDrive, the Microsoft online storage service, is getting rebranded following a settlement with British Sky Broadcasting Group.
Starbucks says it's switching from AT&T to Google for its free Wi-Fi service to give customers faster wireless
Shares of Facebook stock has finally risen above its initial public offering price in 2012.
Apple's new manufacturing partner, Pegatron,
may be treating workers as badly as Foxconn did, according to a report from China.
Activision Blizzard, producer of "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty," says it will buy back shares from parent Vivendi and turn itself into an independent, publicly owned company.
Google elbowed into the crowded field of Internet TV on Wednesday with the Chromecast dongle,
a deceptively simple-looking, $35 device small enough to fit on a key chain.