We've said it before, and we'll say it again: We trade our privacy for convenience — and some are more comfortable with that than others. The day after Google's I/O developers conference where it unveiled many a new or enhanced Read More →
Whoever gets picked to replace John Chambers at Cisco Systems when he retires in several years won't immediately get anointed both CEO and Chairman, according to Chambers.
During an interview with Bloomberg TV, he said it makes better sense to keep Read More →
Google CEO Larry Page doesn’t give a lot of speeches, and his vocal cord problems are now well-known. So it was both surprising and rare for him to take the stage at the company’s I/O software conference this week and Read More →
"This kind of technology, in addition to making shooting more fun for them, also allows shooting to be something that they share with others."
— Jason Schauble, president of TrackingPoint, a Texas company that's selling what it's calling the Read More →
It took them nearly five years to do it. But Apple cheerfully announced today that its App Store had hit the 50 billion mark in apps downloaded since the store opened for business in 2008. It had taken Apple nearly Read More →
As if Apple didn't already have its hands full with competition on the smartphone front from rivals like Samsung. Now it's Google who's not only nipping at Apple's heels on the subscription-online-radio front, but clamping down its jaws on its Read More →