Google is working on a new technology called VP10 that will allow it to squeeze higher-quality video over broadband and mobile networks. And thanks to patent issues with a rival standard, it has a chance to catch on.
The world's biggest software maker is creating a new group charged with making its Windows software work across all devices. Microsoft is also jettisoning some top executives, including former Nokia chief Stephen Elop.
The firm has been saying that Win 10 will work on any device, a strategy it sees as crucial. But Microsoft has been all but missing on phones. Call in the new Windows and Devices Group.
Out go the finance, marketing, and operations chiefs as BlackBerry works to reinvigorate its ailing operation.
As Sony seeks "new ways to innovate" its movie and music business, it creates the role of president for the unit and promotes an insider.
The discount airline CEO says Google's project "blows the competition out of the water."
New CEO Don Mattrick is said to be holding an all-hands meeting Tuesday to address the executive shuffle and his vision for the company.
Wall Street analysts are weighing in on yesterday's Apple's management shuffle. The consensus? Don't panic.
Gil Amelio was a highly regarded tech executive. But his ouster as CEO paved the way for the return of Apple's prodigal son, Steve Jobs.
Software giant loses longtime Windows boss Steven Sinofsky, while Apple loses a patent foe. Also: Embarrassing e-mail goes to Washington.