Samsung's dancing a delicate line that social media marketers can learn from after the President was snapped in a selfie that was used for commercial purposes.
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Samsung's new process to synthesize graphene---a form of carbon more durable than steel and flexible for use in displays and wearables---could apply broadly to its product lineup over time.
Recent moves from Google on the enterprise cloud computing front indicate that the company is dedicated to challenging Amazon Web Services. The Google surge comes after laying low for almost a year.
Microsoft has released details of its voice-activated assistant rival, but Apple isn't taking the increased competition lying down.
Following reports that China's central bank wanted to crack down on Bitcoin trades, a number of trading posts have issued advisory notices.
The supermarket giant acquired Dunnhumby after the data science firm catapulted the retailer to the top of the big data game, and now Dunnhumby looks to expand its offerings by eating up the programmatic ad power held by Sociomantic.
This new pro-patent business consortium may boast some of industry's heaviest hitters — Apple, GE, IBM, and Microsoft — but it really doesn't have much of a message.
"We didn’t act like you’d expect Mozilla to act," said the software company's executive chairwoman in a memo on Thursday.
The corporate conglomerate says 3D printing and "additive manufacturing" is one of the most important evolutions in modern history, and the best is yet to come.
Facebook received 14,763 bug submissions in 2013, a whopping 246 increase in one year.