As you all probably know, considering the 2 year lead-up to today and the considerable press coverage, it's Bill Gates' last day at Microsoft. I'd like to take a slightly different spin on covering his career and life, by pointing out the stupid stuff, in the hope it will appeal to my target audience: the student.
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So you're on your way to university and about to finish college or high school, but which one? There are so many universities out there, across the country and the globe, all offering the "best courses" and so many advantages.
Zynga, on the face of it may be one of the largest success stories in the social gaming world, but is it nothing more than boom and inevitable bust?
Motorola Mobility, which is in the process of being bought by Google for $12.5 billion, expects to miss its revenue expectations for the fourth-quarter.
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".
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.
The domestic intelligence service for the United Kingdom, MI5, have recently advertised for a chief scientific adviser, which would take on the role similar to that of 'Q' in the James Bond films. Whilst science fiction and well-written novels can take advantage of such a serious role, the Security Service have assured the world that they are "serious in this to match their needs".
Students are given discounts on technology left, right and center. Does the student buyer benefit, or is there another reason for targeting this market?
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.