Apple Tightens Grip on Worldwide Supply Chain With Asia Hiring Spree
Apple looks to expand its presence abroad to streamline its ability to develop products.
With Free Version of Windows, Microsoft Gives In to the Google Way
Microsoft may be testing out a bold new pricing strategy with its flagship Windows operating system.
Why Apple Could Win Big With Tesla’s Giant New Battery Factory
While Apple will likely never acquire Tesla, the two companies have a lot more in common than you might think.
Netflix Is Building an Artificial Brain Using Amazon's Cloud
Nothing beats a movie recommendation from a friend who knows your tastes. At least not yet. Netflix wants to change that, aiming to build an online recommendation engine that outperforms even your closest friends.
Why the Comcast-Time Warner Deal Is Far More Dangerous Than You Think
The proposed mega merger of Comcast and Time Warner could send ripples throughout countless industries.
As Stock Plummets, Twitter Finds Itself Desperate for New Users
Twitter reports a notable deceleration in user growth, and investors are downright terrified.
Why Microsoft Got It Right With New CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft names Satya Nadella as its new CEO. Did the software giant make the right choice?
For $527 Million, Zynga Buys an Entirely New Game-Making Strategy
Can the acquisition of NaturalMotion be just the shot in the arm that Zynga desperately needs?
Why Nothing Apple Does Is Ever Good Enough
No matter how many iPhones and iPads Apple CEO Tim Cook sells, it’s not enough for Wall Street.