In August 2011, I outlined why I believed that Chrome was more important to Google than Android. At first blush, this sounds kind of crazy, but when you look at the bigger strategic picture it makes sense.
Big companies like to buy small startups and kill their products. But Dropbox says it wants to make Mailbox even better.
Last night, as part of its monthly ritual, retail-tracker NPD Group released its estimates of February’s video game hardware and software sales.
A new service lets film fans go to the movies as often as once a day, for one monthly charge.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg is on a mission to change the balance of power. Why she just might pull it off.
My panel on mobile local commerce is one of several TIME-related events at Texas’s gigantic tech conference, which starts this week.
I’m baffled. As an industry observer and analyst who studies this industry and the companies within it, I am baffled by how Wall Street thinks about Apple.
Groupon fired its charismatic CEO Andrew Mason on Thursday after a tumultuous tenure pockmarked by accounting gaffes, sophomoric stunts, and a whopping 77% decline in the company’s share price.
TIME Tech talks about EA’s move to infuse all of its games with pay-as-you-play microtransactions.
CGI can make a character look and move like Audrey Hepburn, but it can’t make her Audrey Hepburn.
The mobile-payments pioneer is selling an iPad stand, cash drawer and printer for small businesses.
The retail behemoth says it’ll match prices from major online merchants.