The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant's latest acquisitions signal help to come for the company's mobile ad business.
BlackBerry is seeking to seduce Android apps onto BlackBerry phones, say reports.
The new pages, managed by university staffers, are meant to offer high school and college kids cheat sheets to desired career paths.
Apple is "aggressively" recruiting smart watch experts to work on the iWatch -- but it won't be ready for another year.
The social network utilizes Google Play's new beta testing program to turn users into Android app testers who can report bugs and crashes immediately to Facebook.
Apple has advertised for someone who knows a thing or two about flexible displays.
The service, already a leader in helping startups raise angel funding, is now helping connect job candidates with the startups that might hire them.
A new Nexus call center could beef up Google's tablet support.
TalentBin has added the U.S. Patent Office's database to its tool for matching employers with job prospects. Don't be frightened.
It's pushing European antitrust regulators to review the way Oracle decided to cut off support for Intel's Itanium processor.