The world's largest chipmaker, looking ahead to changes in computing, makes its biggest acquisition ever.
The $16.6 billion deal will see the companies combine their networking and telecoms strengths.
For the thousands who buy and sell photos, the rules are changing again as Adobe links its software to its own stock-art site. Next up: an upstream connection so photographers can contribute works to the marketplace.
The combination continues the consolidation in the chips business, as firms bulk up to better supply components to more connected gadgets.
As it prepares for the release of Windows 10, Microsoft will migrate users of its Modern/Windows Store version of Skype for Windows to the Desktop version of the product, starting July 7.
A merger between the nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier and second-largest satellite-TV provider is intriguing. Here's why.
The two companies have hammered out leadership details of the combined company but not financial particulars, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.
Yet another multibillion-dollar deal in the chips world could be coming as soon as next week, according to a report.
The US mobile market has been too narrowly focused on M&A opportunities, and should start looking to adjacent markets like cable broadband, says T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
If the deal is approved, Charter Communications will become the No. 2 cable company in the US, at a time when more people are cutting the cord in favor of services like Netflix and Amazon Prime.