On Monday, Yahoo announced it was buying Tumblr, the blog network, for $1.
According to the 2013 BrandZ Top 100 report, tech companies hold the top three slots in this year's list of top global brands — Apple, Google and IBM leading the pack in that order.
Browser maker Opera just released a new version for Android with a slew of new features, an upgraded design and better performance.
Dell is a computer company desperately in search of a new market as the desktop and laptop PCs dwindles.
Guest author John Fearon is CEO of Dropmyemail.
$1.1 billion. That's how much your company is worth if it's long on users and short on paying customers.
Google just announced that is it is shutting down Google Checkout, a Web-based payments system it launched to great expectations seven years ago.
An 18-month congressional investigation turned up evidence that Apple is a major-league tax avoider, the New York Times reports — one that allegedly sheltered billions of dollars from taxation by moving the money through a web of subsidiaries, some of which had no employees and claimed to be exempt from taxes.
It wasn’t that long ago that Yahoo stood accused of letting Flickr decay beyond repair.