This week, HP takes a beating and Lenovo experiences Web site troubles. Also, Apple takes a loss in a lawsuit and Amazon hires from the political world.
This week in tech gave us a new reason to watch Samsung, Apple car rumors, a kid-safe video app from YouTube, and advertiser-friendly laptops from Lenovo.
Although innovation is important, high-tech companies need to do more than innovate to differentiate themselves, stay profitable, and protect margins.
This week brought reports of Samsung listening to us, headlines from Twitter's CFO, afterlife networking from Facebook, and a better life thanks to Apple.
This week, Sony revealed the impact of a security breach while Anthem Health becomes another victim. And Sprint offered a deal to save RadioShack.
This week, we saw two social media giants take an hour holiday, Yahoo! making some big decisions, IBM denying possible layoffs, and Apple profits soar.
This week, Netflix showed excitement for the year ahead, Facebook cleaned up news feeds, Windows 10 dazzled us, and eBay shared some disappointing news.
Creating a “cool” product that consumers crave is no longer enough. To succeed, companies have to be willing to reinvent the way they do business.
This week, CENTCOM social media accounts were hacked, GoPro lost market share, Facebook brought Amber Alerts to newsfeeds, and Blackberry denied a takeover.
This week in tech showed us new and old technology at CES, a new security breach victim, and a new card system aimed at preventing future hacks.