Google Sells Motorola To Lenovo

Friday, January 31st, 2014
 
Sometimes, you cannot really judge how acquisitions will perform and work for you. While there may be opportunities, it is very difficult to try and get them to succeed. Maybe it is the lack of focus and vision on a particular business niche that may lead to downfall. The same case may be in many people’s minds after hearing that Google is selling its Motorola Mobility business to Lenovo. Official news repor
 

Twitter Goes Public, Now What?

Saturday, November 9th, 2013
 
The Twitter IPO has finally pushed through after months and months of speculation. The way it is going, analysts are saying that it is faring better than when social network Facebook’s IPO of last year. The social network experienced a sudden decline in its share price in the weeks following the IPO. It took about a year for Facebook to reach share prices at IPO levels. So far, Twitter is not experiencing th
 

BlackBerry’s BBM App Gets 10 Million Downloads In A Day

Friday, October 25th, 2013
 
Beleaguered BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion may have found a way to stay afloat. The company has struggled in recent years due to tight competition from iOS and Android smartphones. Its latest BlackBerry Z10 smartphone had a lukewarm reception from consumers. Although the exact sales figures are not yet known, since the company has not shared them yet to the public, experts peg it at around 5 millio
 

Intel Reports Solid 3rd Quarter Earnings, But With Cautious 4th Quarter Outlook

Thursday, October 17th, 2013
 
Computer chip maker Intel recently reported a solid third quarter with better than expected earnings. But outlook for the fourth quarter remains cautious as not all business groups within the company enjoyed earnings improvements. The company reported third quarter earnings of $3 billion from a revenue of $13.5 billion, just similar to the revenue numbers reported from a year ago. This accounts for 58 cents a shar
 

Toyota Announces Cars On Auto-Pilot In Five Years

Friday, October 11th, 2013
 
When you take out the new flashy designs and features of cars today, you will notice that nothing revolutionary have been introduced. What may be seen as innovative lately are the use of hybrid engines that combine gas and electric power to run cars and save up on fossil fuel. You can also add GPS navigation that helped make travel easier and convenient for some people. But aside from those, nothing else revolutio
 

Cisco Reportedly Selling Linksys

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
 
Cisco has been known as one of the primary leaders in the manufacture of computer network equipment. One of its more popular products belongs to its Linksys division which makes routers for wireless networks in homes. But sources indicate that it might not be long before Cisco might be parting ways with one of its popular brands. According to Bloomberg, Cisco has hired Barclays Plc. to help the company find a buye
 

Facebook Posts $59 Million Q3 Net Loss, Reaches 1.01 Billion Users

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
 
It has been a mixed bag for social networking giant Facebook this 3rd quarter. There have been several concerns and issues happening to the social networking giant post-IPO. It is not really a banner year for the company that has taken the public route just two quarters ago. Some may say that Facebook may be on the way down, but it is still too early to tell. So far the quarterly performance may be considered just
 

Intel Profits $2.8 Billion in Q2 Earnings Report

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012
 
Intel is now enjoying quite a good year so far and is showing signs of getting even better. There’s nothing more than its recent earnings report to show for it. In the said report for the second quarter of the fiscal year 2012, the giant chip maker pocketed a $2.8 billion profit. The recent Q2 profits were based on the gross income of $13.5 billion made by Intel, which was up from the $12.9 billion earned fr
 

Amazon Buys UpNext And Into 3D Mapping Territory

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012
 
Online maps have become quite big these days. The potential of 3D maps for many possible uses have led many of the tech giants to have their own version after Google has pioneered the sector with its ever popular Google Maps. Apple also has recently launched its own Apple Maps app that will run on its iOS devices. And it seems that another tech giant is entering into the 3D map territory as Amazon has reportedly c
 

Apple Still Reports Record Revenues, Profits For Q2 2012

Friday, April 27th, 2012
 
Apple may still be the juggernaut that it is, even without the late Steve Jobs. It seems that the iPhone and iPad maker still has some of that magic in the Post-Jobs era of the company. Case in point- Apple’s Q2 figures show that the company is still enjoying record figures in terms of sales and profits. According to a recent Apple Q2 2012 report, the company is still enjoying a record year as it just report