The professional social network is preparing to offload approximately $1 billion of its shares.
The on-demand car service could be on track toward an IPO now that it has a CFO onboard.
It's official. With the purchase of Nokia's device division, Microsoft is now a serious hardware company.
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The abrupt cancellation of Microsoft's TechNet subscription service sparked a sustained protest from IT pros, who had relied on easy, inexpensive access to Microsoft's enterprise software for well over a decade. In a string of announcements today, Microsoft extended an olive branch, but fell far short of reversing course.
Microsoft just got another ARM tablet and a new phablet to add to its hardware arsenal. How will these fit with the coming refreshed Microsoft Surface devices?
Nokia phones have come a long way since the brand launched its first mobile phone in 1982. From in-car clumsiness to design delightfulness we take a look at how the brand has evolved.
Amazon has revamped the guts of the Kindle Paperwhite, but the real win may be Goodreads integration and a gamified Freetime to prod your kids to read.
Chocolate is nice and all, we all want to know more about how Google will have mobile users salivating for the next installment.
Matt Crotty, chairman of InsightSoftware.com, is donating £1 million to TNMOC under a fund-matching scheme that should leave the Bletchley Park-based museum £2 million better off
The second week with my Mac mini has been a mix of frustration and enhanced productivity. Frustration thanks to bad software and productivity thanks to helpful readers.
Finally. Apple is ready to talk. But exactly what will be announced remains to be seen, amid rumors the company could be prepping two new iPhones: one premium, and one low-budget.
With drops in global military spending, governments facing budget constraints are turning to companies that can revamp their existing commercial planes.
Older Americans may remember Snake on their free Nokia phone, but few ever used Symbian and can't relate to the passion and emotions being expressed on Twitter today.
A curvy skyscraper design led to some unintended consequences in London.
Amazon will be launching their new MatchBook service in October where you can purchase, for a small fee, your old print purchases dating back to 1995.