Microsoft CEO touted new products for the third time in as many weeks, part of an effort to re-establish the software maker as an innovator.
16 April 2014
Intel Q1 net profit exceeded estimates as it wrestles with slow demand for PCs and its CEO said an ambitious goal to stake out market share in tablets was on track.
15 April 2014
Google acquired Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude drone satellites, which will be used to take photos of the earth and to connect people to the Internet.
BlackBerry bought a stake in healthcare IT startup NantHealth, as part of the firms’ plan to collaborate on secure mobile products to deliver healthcare information.
Google has clarified its email scanning practices in a terms of service update, informing users that incoming and outgoing emails are analysed by automated software.
14 April 2014
Apple captures billions in revenue every quarter by selling devices, music, and movies, but it could be missing out on a big opportunity: big data.
11 April 2014
The marketing automation arms race continued as IBM snaps up Silverpop for a rumored $250-300m to contend with Oracle, Salesforce, Adobe.
Cloud-based helpdesk firm Zendek filed for $150m IPO, and acquired Zopim, a startup well-known for its live customer support chat widget, for up to $29.8m.
10 April 2014
The bug known as Heartbleed illustrates that the Internet is still in its youth, and vulnerable to all sorts of unseen dangers, including simple human error.
BlackBerry would consider exiting its handset business if it remains unprofitable as it looks to expand its corporate reach with investments, M&A and partnerships.