Microsoft says its newly acquired Nokia handset business is on track to hit breakeven by fiscal 2016. In the meantime, it's the proverbial work in progress as management looks to cut costs.
Oddsmakers apply statistical science to pick sports winners, but CNET's Eric Mack says one handicapper seems to have ignored the stats when picking the team of scientists to win the race to Mars.
From the Cheapskate: This refurbished wrist-pal originally sold for $299, and even the refurb usually costs $50 more. Here's hoping you have a compatible Samsung phone to go with it.
Technically Incorrect: The former Republican candidate decides that only technology can fully expose the truth. Might this be a template for the coming debates?
Genevieve Bell, tech's most famous cultural anthropologist, believes the industry has a problem with all kinds of people -- not just women.
After much hype and a match that disappointed many, we have a new champion. But as per usual, the Internet is the real victor.
Technically Incorrect: In a critique of teams built on stats, the NBA analyst excoriates those who believe numbers are all. In fact, he says, there is no proof that numbers lead to winning.
Lego has succumbed to pressure from Greenpeace over its long-term promotional contract with petroleum giant Shell.
commentary The usability expert branded Microsoft's new operating system "disappointing." But his approach would lead to the kind of incremental improvements that have dogged Microsoft for years.
The new old-school Nokia 130 comes in single or dual-SIM versions and goes on sale in China, India and Africa.