Lenovo's purchase of the smartphone maker seems bold. Yet doesn't it present a huge challenge for Lenovo -- polishing its own brand, as well as Motorola's?
In a rumored new marketplace dubbed "The Plaza," brands don't have to worry about selling their goods next to second-hand items.
This year's interactive festival is dominated by marketers and corporations with high-priced agendas. Even Oreo cookies are part of the mix.
Just like Twitter, Facebook starts signaling authentic public-figure Pages and accounts with a little blue check mark.
The cheaper iPhone convinces a broader range of users to take a bite out of Apple, says Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Twitter has added an age-verification system that forces people wanting to follow manufacturers of booze to assert they're of legal drinking age.
An update to Mozilla's beta log-in system lays the groundwork for using preferred Web mail username and password to sign in on multiple sites.
The startup launches a business dashboard to attract paying customers who want to understand the who, what, and why behind digital influence.
On the heels of fixing comment threads, the social network announces another new API to assist brands in setting up different "views" for unruly comments.
From his favourite trouser press to the Motorola Timeport, we run through the tech that is -- and always will be -- classic Partridge.