An all-in-one device for credit and debit cards sounds both antiquated and too-good-to-be-true all at the same time. So which is it?
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The holiday shopping season may be make or break for Windows 8 devices as showrooming, mobile shopping and the game console wars will also be key items to watch.
The online file sharing and cloud content management service has acquired dLoop in the hopes of giving customers better data analytics tools.
Well, sort of.
HP's fourth quarter earnings were better than expected, but the company remains a cost cutting story as most units and product lines saw revenue declines.
The bookseller's tablet division continues to see steep declines after it took a massive revenue hit during its fiscal second quarter.
Smartphone units are set to surge through 2017, but average selling prices will also steadily decline. Thank Android.
I'm not a big iPhone fan, but there's one thing it has basically right: a physical switch to go totally mute. Android is not as good and Windows Phone stinks at it.
Biel Crystal Manufactory abuses worker rights, a Hong Kong rights group claims.
HP's fourth quarter results are going to have a few issues amid emerging markets weakness and a U.S. Federal spending pause.