John Sculley, Apple's CEO and Steve Jobs' famous bête noire was in India recently to promote his new line of phones positioned at developing markets like India. This is what he had to say about Apple's unwillingness to bring a low-cost phone into these markets
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including which city is doing more for tech than Silicon Valley, and Samsung's biggest ally.
Two very large email providers decide to deal with phishing and other attacks by setting a harsh DMARC policy, causing a storm of bounce messages.
A Johannesburg fibre to the home (FTTH) pilot is thought to be the fastest on the continent.
Microsoft has completed its mega-acquisition of Nokia's handset business, but where does it go from here?
Yesterday, Nokia's devices and services business; today, Microsoft Mobile Oy. Microsoft now owns three phone platforms, a tablet and 25,000 new employees.
Employees who work from home often use company-supplied systems and devices, which helps ensure that they have consistent, state-of-the-art equipment to do their work. However, organizations should provide...
The Chinese e-commerce giant now plans to add new shares to the deal, making its initial public offering the largest one in history, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Flash chips should get slower as feature sizes shrink. But Toshiba seems to have broken the code with a new smaller feature size that is faster than the 19nm process they use now.
Three cheers for the cowardly FCC! They caved in to reason for political purposes, but the result is likely to be close to the right one.
Android is probably the most versatile mobile platform ever produced. It is so broad there are layers of features buried deep under the facade. These tips will help peel back those layers.
Engineering leads from cloud software companies to the purveyors of the sharing economy discussed tried-and-true (or failed) tips for maintaining user growth.
The line between tablet and PC used to be well defined. Increasingly, though, that distinction is being blurred as tablets become capable of more powerful business tasks and as PCs become more mobile. And then there's the fastest-growing category of all.
Significant change is underway in Redmond, with Microsoft reshaping itself to meet current market conditions. The most impressive change is how fast it is moving to address customer demands.
After the Netherlands decided that downloading pirate content was illegal in the country earlier this month, the country's politicians are calling for a debate on the ban.
At Apple's Q2 earnings call with analysts, top executives said iPad sales came in at the high end of the company's expectations, but under outsider estimates. Macs are holding their own. Could this be a sign that sanity is returning when it comes to real productivity?
Pinterest is taking a mobile-first approach with its next data-inspired scheme for content discovery, which could eventually open up to a new revenue stream.
CEO Satya Nadella dropped a few possible clues about where he and Microsoft may be going during his first earnings-call outing. Here's my attempt to read between the lines.
Netflix is paying Comcast but not happy about it as it ramps the war of words over net neutrality and last mile tolls. Comcast responds and says Netflix degraded its own traffic.