The handset maker turns to Microsoft's Stephen Elop as it attempts to reboot its high-end smartphone business and keep its position at the world's No. 1 cell phone maker.
Both Google Android and Symbian are open-source mobile platforms. So why is Android getting so much more traction, despite being later than Symbian to the party?
All stressed out? Get a personal assistant online to schedule appointments, send birthday cards, and pay the bills.
A sales flyer sparks rumors that the U.S. market will get its own version of the Nokia N95 with 3G and larger battery.
A start-up is operating a database that lets an employer match its staffing needs with someone who, for example, attended the same college, joined the same fraternity, or comes from the same hometown.
It was after dinner last night that I read aloud a news item about Larry Ellison's sailing activities. The Oracle CEO, St. Francis Yacht Club member and bad-weather survivor has reportedly bought the remains of the St. Francis' failed effort, AmericaOne, for $60 million.
A new online marketplace backed by some big names in the technology world is aiming to lessen the pain of negotiating and bidding on complex technology projects.
Niku, a Web-based professional services firm, wins a warm reception from Wall Street and trades at more than double its target price.
The software maker and services firm files for an initial public offering intended to raise up to $115 million.
HelloBrain is carving its own niche in a field flooded with start-ups that aim to tackle the tight talent market by matching freelance workers to technology projects.