Over 1,000 workers at the Chinese factory launched a strike earlier this month in protest over IBM's compensation and severance package policies. Lenovo will soon own said factory.
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Aside from the companies noted by Re/Code as potential buyers, ZDNet has learned Cisco has been rumored to be interested too.
This isn't the first time that the Google Drive team has put the spotlight on its third-party ecosystem, increasingly becoming an advertising point for cloud services providers.
Rami Branitzky will endeavor to provide startups with access to strategic revenue channels through the company's vast partner and customer networks.
Analysts are betting that an iPhone 6 with a larger screen can solve Apple's Samsung issue and grab more customers and earnings power.
Deemed "evidence" of the U.S. agency's wrongdoing, a judge has ruled that the NSA is not permitted to destroy millions of telephone records in light of pending lawsuits.
For smartphone giants looking to take their experiences to auto dashboards, all roads at least tie into BlackBerry's QNX platform. Here's why.
Qualcomm said that Derek Aberle will oversee the mobile chip maker's global expansion and business units.
Comcast didn't crack the top 10 on Netflix's monthly ISP Speed Index, but that will almost certainly change by April.
McAfee Labs researchers suggest that the fourth quarter of 2013 is when average consumers finally awoke to the reality of cyber crime.