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BlackBerry tries to calm anxious customers with open letter

BlackBerry has issued an open letter to calm anxious customers who are concerned about the company's future.

Business October 15, 2013

Quality matters, not price: iPhone 5s outselling iPhone 5c

Apple's flagship handset is outselling its lower end sibling more than two to one.

Business October 15, 2013

Apple spaceship campus model spotted

Apple's proposed headquarters has been spotted and the building is waiting approval from the Cupertino City Council.

Business October 13, 2013

Google wants to put your photos, comments on its online ads

Google is bringing about policy changes and wants to put photos and reviews by users on its online ads for social marketing purposes.

Business October 13, 2013

HP's Meg Whitman sees Microsoft, Intel as rivals

Tech giant HP blames both Microsoft and Intel its woes.

Business October 12, 2013

Foxconn forces students to build PS4

Foxconn faces more labor-related controversy, this time involving Sony's next-gen console, PlayStation 4.

Business October 12, 2013

Bye Google TV, Hello Android

The Mountain View, Calif. giant wages a new battle in its living room war against Apple.

Business October 12, 2013

Microsoft embarks on CEO hunt

Microsoft has begun hunting for a new CEO who will succeed Steve Ballmer.

Business October 12, 2013

T-Mobile offers unlimited data roaming, text services worldwide

T-Mobile's new international plan could turn out to be a thing legends are made of.

Business October 11, 2013

2014 CES to witness debut of Eureka Park: NEXT and Academia Tech

2014 CES promises to accommodate more exhibitors by expanding the Eureka Park TechZone and launching the Eureka Park: NEXT and the Academia Tech.

Business October 10, 2013

sTec to showcase PCIe-based SSDs in virtualized environments at VMworld Europe 2013

sTec said it will showcase its PCI Express (PCIe)-based solid-state drives (SSDs) at next week's VMworld Europe 2013 conference in Barcelona, Spain.

Business October 10, 2013

Tyfone CSC technology being tested by CoVantage Credit Union

Secure ID and transaction solutions provider Tyfone's patented technology - The Connected Smart Card - will vastly improve the security of CoVantage Credit Unions' business banking members' passwords and secure all their mobile banking transactions.

Business October 10, 2013

Steve Ballmer bonus slashed over weak Windows sales

Steve Ballmer is going out on a whimper as he's only entitled to a meager bonus pay.

Business October 9, 2013

Adobe's 2.9 million customer accounts hacked, probe underway

Adobe is investigating a possible system breach following recent attacks.

Business October 5, 2013

Cisco, Facebook to work with businesses to expand free Wi-Fi use

Cisco Systems Inc and Facebook Inc said on Wednesday they will work with big businesses such as hotels and retailers to provide free wireless Internet access to consumers who sign in using a Facebook log-in.

Business October 3, 2013

Facebook ad service woos developers

Facebook Inc is expanding an advertising service aimed at developers of smartphone and tablet apps, the social network's latest move to bolster its fast-growing mobile business.

Business October 2, 2013

Microsoft investors want Bill Gates to quit

Three of the top 20 investors in Microsoft Corp are lobbying the board to press for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the software company he co-founded 38 years ago.

Business October 2, 2013

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