Written by IAN AUSTEN, Published on The New York Times
One of the most awkwardly named companies, Research in Motion, has decided it should no longer have to define itself as the maker of BlackBerry smartphones every time the company is mentioned.
Reported by Neha Alawadhi, Published on Reuters
Shares of Facebook Inc were set to open 7 percent lower on Thursday as a surge in fourth-quarter mobile advertising revenue failed to live up to Wall Street’s high expectations.
Written by Andrew Groen, Published on Wired
The tech world was on fire this week following a report that China might be about to lift its 13-year-old ban on videogame consoles, which would potentially allow the industry’s big players access to tens of millions of previously untapped customers.
Written by Chris Davies, Published on Slash Gear
The new appearance of a chrome Android statue at Google’s Mountain View campus has prompted speculation that the company is nearing release of Android app support in the Chrome browser, perhaps for launch at Google IO this May.
Written by Liam Tung, Published on ZD Net
Mozilla takes a stand against the rise of exploits targeting vulnerable plug-in software.