Senators who nixed mandatory antitheft software on phones sold in state say it’s bad business. But many won’t say why.
Walmart will start accepting video game trade-ins from its customers on March 26 at 3,100 stores across the US.
Sony will be selling its Vaio laptop business to an investment fund, cutting 5000 jobs and splitting its TV business into a subsidiary. In addition, it will cease its e-reader business in the US.
A few years ago, the PC was the heart of digital living. Now it's just one of many devices -- and one Sony can live without.
Sony plans to sell it Vaio PC operations to an investment fund, cut 5,000 jobs, and revises full-year forecast from a profit to a loss of $1.1 billion. It will also spin off its TV business.
In yet another open letter, CEO John Chen attempts to get businesses to stick with BlackBerry.
Google may be selling its would-be floating showroom in Maine to an international barge company. But the Google Barge in California still sits idle.
Though Microsoft no longer supports the aged OS, a fair share of businesses haven't yet kicked the XP habit.
The search giant is giving Google Apps customers access to its videoconferencing feature, no Google+ account needed.
Surprise! Advertisers, particularly those that want eyeballs on mobile, don't just like Facebook, they love it. And, as it turns out, you're totally cool with more ads in your stream.