Microsoft is buying Nokia's phone business for $7.2 billion. For that cash, Microsoft is getting a lot of cell phone history.
Multi-year deal expands on Yahoo strategy of partnering with traditional media brands to cross-promote and distribute content.
The search engine revamps the quality of its image and video searches with some help from Getty's professional photographers.
Deal will promote the business news channel's stories across Yahoo's network, while giving the Web pioneer's reporters greater exposure on CNBC's broadcast platform.
Software company was working with a firm named Arvato, but will now move logistics services to the Netherlands over concerns about Motorola Mobility patent suits.
Wireless giant plans to return $65 million in prepayments to the foundering wireless broadband effort over unresolved interference issues.
Foursquare is out one founder, but it continues to arrange strategic partnerships with companies like VH1 and TIME.
The chip giant signs deals with ZTE, Lava International, Orange, and Visa as it looks to win a bigger chunk of the mobile-devices market.
At CES, the consumer electronics giant says MySpace TV will make it possible for friends to share TV watching experiences in real time. But does anyone care?
Four new models announced including in-ear headphones for athletes.