Not all opinions about Microsoft’s Nokia deal are created equal.
What does it mean for Microsoft? For Google and Apple? And — most important — for consumers?
Barra is leaving to work for Chinese phone maker Xiaomi.
The New York Times’ website went down midafternoon Tuesday, marking the second time in August the Grey Lady has gone dark. While the company blamed the first outage on an “internal issue,” a company VP tweeted Tuesday that an “initial assessment” concluded the new outage, which was still plaguing the site as of Tuesday evening, …
The odds were always against Microsoft dominating phones and tablets.
How Microsoft’s phenomenal success led the company astray.
July found Yahoo edging Google out: roughly 196.5 million uniques for Yahoo versus roughly 192.2 million uniques for Google.
The only thing we know for sure is that BlackBerry’s future is in flux–and that’s not anything new.
A San Francisco institution tries its hand at selling e-readers.
Social networking juggernaut Facebook delivered a summer surprise to investors on Wednesday, with strong earnings results that demonstrated impressive progress in the mobile space.
If Apple is a company in decline, well, we should all be so virile in our dotage.