Some Apple Stores have had their point-of-sale systems go down repeatedly today, TechCrunch has learned. There was an extensive outage early Thursday morning and there has been an ongoing outage this in
Retailing powerhouse Amazon.com seldom pulls back the curtain on its high-tech operating secrets. This recent, minimalist interview with Amazon executive Andy Jassy is a case in point. But there’s one
You can buy pretty much anything from Sears, but we doubt it's your first-choice destination for server capacity. That's likely to change if Ubiquity Critical Environments, the company's IT infrastructure
The message was clear: Apple is getting its clock cleaned by Samsung, which is now by far the dominant smartphone maker in the world. (Samsung had 32% of the global market in Q3, the same share as a year
The eternal startup question “Android or iOS first?” grows ever thornier, with news that Android’s market share exceeds 80%. But never mind the managers and non-technical founders: what do developers!
In it, he gives his fullest explanation for why he's stepping down as CEO of Microsoft. It sounds like Ballmer decided it was time to leave after getting a certain amount of nudging from his board members.
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- It pays to copy Apple. Well, kinda. Phil Schiller, head of marketing at Apple, testified Friday in court here that the reason Samsung gained so much market share in smartphones was
Wondering whether the iPad Mini Retina is worth it? Here's two good reasons. This could be one of the shortest reviews of the iPad Mini Retina you'll ever read. But then, give me one strong reason to and
After its launch on Friday, the PlayStation 4 has come under fire from some gamers who say their units have been dead on arrival. The most troubling reports describe a so-called "blue light of death" in
N okia is preparing to become a very different animal. The company whose name is still synonymous with mobile phones in certain parts of the world will — barring a last-minute bout of nerves from the board
24/7 Wall Street: This summer, thousands of fast-food workers in the United States went on strike in cities across the country, demanding their wages be increased to $15 an hour and the ability to unionize.
All eyes are on the former lobbyist as he starts five-year term Tom Wheeler (pictured right) at his nomination. There are few jobs in the US government with more power to help or harm the country's tech