Years of halting negotiations with cable companies haven’t gotten Apple much closer to its grand vision for television. But a newer strategy of talking directly to content providers seems more promising.
Hewlett-Packard, the once-great technology giant that practically invented Silicon Valley startup culture, is just about done making disastrous decisions that threaten its entire business. (Decisions its
This is an interesting little number showing that something is going right at Yahoo. The latest Comscore numbers show that it’s the leading destination for US based internet users once again. OK, that’s
As the BRICs and other developing economies stumble, there is strange and widespread assumption that emerging markets are helpless without the West. The opposite might be true. August this year has been
Unlike Boomers and GenX consumers, millenials have a different understanding of possessions. A new report reveals how “instant ownership” is losing out to the “unlimited options” of online shopping. A
Yesterday Quartz outlined the reasons for Microsoft’s “lost decade.” But now that CEO Steve Ballmer is on his way out, it’s time to talk about the way forward. The web is already full of experienced Microsoft
Business News Americans may be fond of lamenting the decline of the country's economic clout and the flood of "Made in China" goods, but they may soon have to find something else to complain about. According
You may not have heard of Xiaomi, but the company has just typified the growing ambitions of Chinese smartphone manufacturers with a new, big hire. It has poached Hugo Barra, Android’s vice president product