One of the world's largest banks is rolling out 8,500 iPads to its front-end bank branch staff. But what lies underneath is a signal to other corporate and enterprise clients that Apple's shiny rectangles are far from consumer-only devices.
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T-Mobile USA's chief executive has suddenly resigned, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. According to a leaked memo, he skipped the fence to join a rival firm.
With the future of Sony resting on mobile devices, digital imaging, and gaming consoles, Sony president Kazuo Hirai said the company's turnaround efforts will save the troubled company.
Cable & Wireless Worldwide can now be bought by mobile phone giant Vodafone following a major shareholder's approval of the deal. But it wasn't smooth sailing until close to the vote itself.
Following China's approval of the deal, Google is set to acquire smartphone maker Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion as soon as this coming week.
Amazon is under "examination" by UK tax authorities, amongst others, according to a U.S. SEC filing. Claims made suggest the retail giant 'avoids' paying corporate tax in the UK.
Global Payments, at the center of a Visa and MasterCard security breach, held a call on Monday to say that the data breach suffered has been "contained".
T-Mobile USA is being sued for allegedly infringing a patent relating to NFC technology used in its range of smartphones.
Apple announced its plans to spend $45 billion of its cash reserve over the next three years, including a cash dividend and a $10 billion share repurchasing program.
The European Commission has cleared Google's bid to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. But the fight is not over yet, with several (albeit smaller) hurdles to clear.