B&N will shift manufacturing of its Nook tablet lineup to third-party partners to design co-branded tablets.
The U.S. electronics retail giant will leave the European market by selling its 50 percent stake back to its partner, the U.K.-based Carphone Warehouse.
New research shows that Twitter users are posting once and never going back. People need more motivation to keep producing content.
Kayak has a new application out for iPhone users that lets them search for flights and hotel reservations using the same database and prediction tools found on the normal site.
IBM, Google, and other technology companies have been lobbying for U.S. federal spending to be directed their way. This is a bad idea, and out-of-keeping with how technology companies have traditionally sought investment.
Wind and solar get another lease on life with eight-year extension, while plug-in hybrids, geothermal, and small wind installations get supports.
In the face of myriad economic headwinds, IDC expects PC demand to remain strong throughout the rest of the year and beyond. The big reason: a new generation of low-cost notebook computers. CNET News' Charles Cooper and Erica Ogg discuss why this nascent computing category is enjoying such success.
AOL-owned Xdrive is going the way of dinosaurs, and hungry Web storage providers are champing at the bit to get those users to come over.
The offer for Miva, a struggling ad firm from the Web 1.0 days, is $1.20 per share--a 54% premium over its recent closing price.
Snocap might have axed half its workforce last year, but still, the Shawn Fanning-founded company had developed technology appealing to the social-media network.