The latest listener stats reveal a service that's still getting bigger but finding it harder to grow as fast as it once did. The most important numbers for Pandora now are the ones preceded by dollar signs.
The Korean electronics giant, which sells the most mobile phones in the world, became the biggest purchaser of semiconductors in 2012, tech research firm Gartner says.
Intel used a new power efficiency measurement for its new Ivy Bridge chips. Ars Technica is calling this into question.
The mobile payments startup won some great press after announcing it's processing $4 billion a year. It's not as terrific as it seems.
The EU, U.S., Japan, and the Green Grid industry group are using PUE, or power-usage effectiveness, as the metric for gauging and comparing energy use.
Apple's popular smartphone captures the top spot worldwide for advertiser requests on the mobile-ad network AdMob for the month of October.
The company attracts $2.3 million in funding and launches a service for modeling emissions at corporations looking to reduce their carbon footprint.
John Battelle's Conversational Marketing Summit, which debuted last fall with much acclaim in a more intimate setting in San Francisco, faced a challenging task with its second edition last week in New York.
Now, members will "log in" rather than "install" applications, according to a post on the social network's developer blog. Application owners will also have new analytics about activity.
The Web statistics firm, looking to broaden its reach in the mobile market, announces the acquisition of the smaller statistics firm.