It will nearly impossible for Flowers to duplicate the growth rate of a decade ago.
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All the latest news and rumors surrounding Verizon, Apple, Google, Micron, and Microsoft.
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Microsoft is now targeting Chromebooks for ridicule, but it could be missing out on an emerging computing trend -- again.
The European Commission just warned Nokia not to become a patent troll -- a move that could hurt the company's ambitions.
Tech companies, including Yahoo, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook, wrote to the government in an open letter recently on the need for surveillance reform.
Yahoo Inc. recently announced that it has acquired Evntlive, an online platform for live concerts.
Microsoft CEO Stalemate? Don't Count Ford's Mulally Out of the Running 'Cause It Ain't Over Till It's OverDec 9
When it comes to Alan Mulally?s chances of being CEO of Microsoft, think Yogi Berra, who said ?It ain?t over till it?s over. ? For months now, the speculation has been that Ford?s CEO is the leading candidate to replace Steve Ballmer at Microsoft and that an announcement would be made [...]
Microsoft appears to be readying some significant changes to its next version of Windows. Paul Thurrott reports that Microsoft is planning to make the Start menu available as an option in the next major Windows release, currently codenamed "Threshold." The Start menu change will follow a recent reversal that Microsoft made in Windows 8.1, bringing back the Start button UI. It’s not clear if the Start menu will be made available for all versions of Windows Threshold, and Thurrott speculates it may appear as an option for those that only support desktop apps. Third-party tools like Stardock’s ModernMix already support this, but it appears Microsoft will add it natively to provide more flexibility for its new style apps.
Last week, Yahoo continued on its buying spree (this time with a focus on video), while Intel shares responded to data that the disrupting tablet market could be letting off.
Dec. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Michelle Richardson, legislative counsel at American Civil Liberties Union, discusses the push by the tech industry for reform of NSA surveillance programs on Bloomberg Television’s ...
The issue has caused last-minute headaches for Nokia as its tries to complete the sale of its cellphone business to Microsoft.
Microsoft introduced two-step verification security for its range of accounts back in April, and the company is extending its functionality this week. Over the next couple of days Microsoft accounts will be updated to include recovery codes, security notification control, and a new recent history view. Like many other online accounts, recovery codes will act as a method to retrieve an account if a phone number or email address is no longer accessible using two-step verification. Microsoft’s two-step verification process requires two pieces of security information, like an email address and phone number, to send codes to, and the company is introducing additional ways to control how those are delivered.