The Internet search giant – which has for years espoused universal Web access – is employing a patchwork quilt of technologies and holding discussions with regulators from South Africa to Kenya.
Yahoo! has gone on an acquisition spree to bring in talent as well as beef up its mobile and online products and content, as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to revive a once-dominant Internet icon.
Google and other parties approached Waze after the Facebook talks became public but none of the bidders are close to clinching a deal.
The introduction of “bucket” offers that will allow its existing and new postpaid users to maximize telco services without incurring ridiculous charges.
The case is one of many legal battles between California-based Apple and South Korea’s Samsung and the trial is not expected to begin until early next year.
Word that Yahoo! has bought PlayerScale came three days after the aging Internet pioneer announced a deal to buy hip blogging service Tumblr as part of a move to woo a younger online audience.
The move steps up the offensive of Amazon against rivals like Apple and Google in the market for tablets and content sold for the devices.
Microsoft took the wraps its next-generation Xbox- featuring an exclusive ”Halo” series produced by Steven Spielberg.
Lenovo Group’s bold acquisitions in its flagship PC business, a foray into mobile gadgets, and a relatively light debt load are setting it apart from PC rivals as industry shipments take their steepest fall in decades.
Yahoo’s decision to buy blogging service Tumblr for $1.1 billion has raised questions about how the internet company will integrate the website.
The three-year partnership will offer Philippine students free access to Autodesk education software in TESDA-owned institutions as well as its network of public and private TVET institutions all over the country.
Mayer faces plenty of challenges in her efforts to turn six-year-old Tumblr into a money-spinner, not least among them retaining users while devising new types of non-intrusive online ads outside of Yahoo’s traditional area of expertise.
Intel’s new chief executive, Brian Krzanich, has launched a sweeping company reorganization and created a unit aimed at growing its market share in mobile technology.
Microsoft hopes its third-generation console will attract video game fans who are increasingly sampling games on mobile devices, while also becoming a hub for living room entertainment.
Under the new PLDT myDSL Biz plans, SMEs will not only get fast access to the Internet and allow their customers to surf the Web in their respective establishments, they will also get to own gadgets by Samsung as well.
The console debut, to be streamed worldwide to Internet-linked Xbox 360 consoles, will spotlight the hardware and platform while Microsoft will show off games at E3.