Foxconn is reportedly chatting with Google about robotics. The contract equipment manufacturer could use the automation help and sales diversification.
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The CloudBridge offering also comes bundled with applications from Qumu, Talon and Cortado along with up to two virtual Windows Server images.
Nuance is seeing a pronounced change in its once fast growing mobile business as it all moves to the cloud.
Rackspace named co-founder Graham Weston CEO. The company's fourth quarter report looked solid.
Sprint reportedly is regrouping on a potential offer for T-Mobile after regulators opposed the concept publicly. Given the integration headaches, regulators may have just saved Sprint from itself.
The Facebook-owned company is taking things a bit further in targeted corporate users and brands to use the photo sharing service.
Billionaire Carl Icahn said he will back down from a board proposal urging Apple to buy back shares. It took Apple about two weeks and $14 billion to do it.
Monday Morning opener: 3D printing is a fun market to watch. Here's a look at a few things that need to fall in place to make 3D printing mainstream for enterprises and ultimately consumers.
"We're working on great stuff," says Apple CEO Tim Cook, who dangles new product category hints to buy more product development time.
Apple has acquired enough sapphire crystal furnaces to make anywhere from 100 million to 200 million 5-inch iPhone displays, according to 9to5 Mac.