The walled garden around the venerable bookseller’s reading-centric tablets is coming down.
Intel said Thursday that it has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. He will steer the world’s largest chipmaker in a world where PC sales are cratering while smartphones and tablets thrive.
Here are five startups from TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York that you’re going to want to keep your eye on.
T-Mobile USA, the country’s fourth-largest cellphone carrier, has completed its acquisition of smaller rival MetroPCS.
Reed Hastings regrets Netflix’s aborted plan to spin off its DVD service. But he hasn’t explained how it happened in the first place.
At 1:07 p.m. on Tuesday, the Twitter feed of the Associated Press told us that Barack Obama had been injured in an explosion at the White House. The tweet was fake.
MetroPCS Communications Inc., the country’s fifth-largest cellphone carrier, says its shareholders have approved the company’s takeover by No. 4 T-Mobile USA.
Apple’s quarterly earnings report, delivered yesterday after the stock markets closed, was anxiously scrutinized by investors and Apple loyalists for signs of a turnaround. For the most part, they were disappointed.
How an obscure Apple event marked the end of the company’s nightmare era.
Apple may be the world’s most celebrated electronics company, but its formerly high-flying stock price has plummeted to Earth over the past six months.
A comprehensive look at the competitive situation, from unit sales to profit margins.
Online currencies like the Bitcoin are one day likely to alter Government policy, just as the bond market did in the 1990s.