A top exec takes a risk by dismissing the new 64-bit A7 too quickly. The chip supplier will likely have a different message if it brings out its own 64-bit design.
A Wedbush Securities analyst believes the opportunity could be huge if the retail giant gives away its Amazon Instant Video service for a year to consumers who buy a set-top box.
Is Search, Plus Your World designed to scare Facebook and Twitter to the negotiating table?
In a blog post, Google said that Zagat will "be a cornerstone of our local offering." Zagat is best known for its original reviews and rating service.
Larry Ellison has a lot riding on Oracle's burgeoning alliance with HP and its new data warehouse appliance. And unlike his failed network computer project a decade ago, this time around, he just might do hardware right.
New tune at Starbucks: No music for you; Comcast has a big plan for media convergence; and a Lotus look at Bill Gates.
The company fancies itself more--a lot more--than a search provider. And with Tuesday's move toward becoming a power metering firm, that ambition may soon be realized.
Also, how business is looking to beat the oil patch blues; and ducking meteors on the moon.
As if wasting millions on a upgraded ad system wasn't bad enough, now Yahoo's offered a tacit admission of failure by its last-minute dalliance with Google.
If Sun's ever going to popularize the use of Solaris, it must find a way to flourish in the x86 world. But can it convince developers to sign up for the job?