The crowd-funded phone has dropped its price, with 14 days left to go before it becomes a reality.
Fisker Automotive has laid off workers as it tries to unlock more money from the $529 million Department of Energy loan it's using to produce its vehicles.
A print ad for the Verizon Droid uses far more personal anti-iPhone references than any of its TV spots. Is this a barely subliminal description of Verizon's negotiations with Apple?
The Microsoft/Yahoo shenanigans have nothing to do with a business deal. This is a pre-nup negotiation.
Large Webcasters and the music industry are butting heads over a compromise to heightened fees that would require Net radio operators to implement anti-streamripping technology.
Social network has reached a deal with attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia to try to make the site safer for youths.
Apple disputes a Samsung assertion that any potential deal between the two smartphone rivals lacked such a provision.
That's about half of what Facebook will pay to acquire the WhatsApp messaging service and its 450 million users.
US network AT&T is eyeing up Vodafone, and the two could create the world's largest telecommunications company.