Twitter CEO Dick Costolo has announced that he will be leaving the social networking company on July 1, a move that comes after months of intense pressure from disgruntled investors.
According to recent reports, the next Blackberry smartphone could run Android, however, it doesn’t look like BlackBerry would turn into just another Android vendor. Instead the Android device will only be incorporated in BlackBerry to help improve its standing as a device management company.
Ericsson has announced this week that it is testing out 5G networks in the US and Sweden, and has already exceeded 2Gbps throughput using multiple radio streams at the same time.
Following up on lawsuits in the U.S., a dispute between Ericsson and Apple over royalty payments has now moved also to Europe.
Apple achieved its second straight quarter of record results as demand for the new iPhone 6 surged and China became Apple’s second most important market after the US.
Back-up and recovery vendor Unitrends recently announced that it had appointed Kevin Moreau as its new managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Two encrypted email services have shut down because they feel threatened about having to turn over customer information to the government.
If US intelligence agencies ban the computers of a Chinese company from classified networks should companies also avoid the same products? What if the vendor is one of the world’s largest PC makers?
Microsoft’s Surface tablet has earned the company less in revenue than it paid to write down unsold stocks of the device.
Average DDoS attack sizes have climbed above the 2Gbps mark for the first time, mitigation firm Arbor Networks has reported after crunching figures from its Atlas system for the first half of 2013.