After earning enough that one could spend the rest of his or her life in a yacht, millionaires and billionaires invest money in different sectors of industries; some do it to deepen their pockets further, some do it because it is a challenge, while others have more humane goals in mind.…Read More »
Russell Glass, Bizo’s CEO, believes that it is entirely conceivable for advertising companies to one day pay your entire phone bill.
Bizo is a marketing company that focuses on business-to-business services, and Glass has written in column posted on Adexchanger that the possibility for a phone service funded completely through advertising companies could come sometime next year.…Read More »
The biggest threat to firms is the hovering cloud of bankruptcy. One wrong decision on the part of the CEO, or another competitor siphoning off the larger market share, can shake the company’s foundations.
OCZ, the famous California based computer hardware manufacturer, has filed for bankruptcy.…Read More »
Through Gogo’s new Text and Talk service, it has become possible to text and even talk while on flights.
The news, which was announced Friday by Gogo, indicated that those who wished to have the ability to text or talk while flying should download the Gogo Biz app.…Read More »
Gartner, a firm that specializes in market research, predicts that in only a few years, businesses that adopt the use of Google Glass could be saving themselves up to a billion a year. With the range of things Google Glass is capable of doing, the Gartner market research team believes Glass will help businesses streamline, essentially, and become much more efficient.…Read More »
Internet is what the world revolves around these days. People don’t meet their friends physically everyday, but they talk through internet every day. Computers were used for chatting and for various other purposes, but now smartphones have replaced computers in many aspects.…Read More »
Curious if your mobile broadband provider is giving you the speed of promises? So is the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC is so interested, in fact, that they are launching an app that will help you track how fast your mobile internet speed is and report the findings.…Read More »
The magic of the 21st century is its immersion with technology. Technology is a wide term in itself. It now covers almost every aspect of human life. Since the beginning of 21st century, we have witnessed a landslide in innovative technology.…Read More »
After months of potential buyouts and acquisitions, BlackBerry’s fate, at least for the near-term future, is now clear. A proposed takeover with Fairfax Financial Holdings has instead turned into an $1 billion investment from Fairfax and a group of investors. The investment is only the beginning as the company plans to stage a return to sustainability instead of quietly fading away.…Read More »
244 million smartphones and 438 million handsets were shipped worldwide during 2013 Q3, with the biggest winner being Samsung yet again; Samsung not only retained the top dog slot but also grew its share of global smartphone shipments by a nothing-to-laugh-at 35%.…Read More »
T-Mobile USA makes another industry changing move: offers free international roaming for data and texting
T-Mobile is making some interesting moves as of late, some that might turn out to be very useful subscribe. What if you could relieve yourself from paying massive roaming fees when you travel outside of the United States, wouldn’t that be awesome?…Read More »
There is no shortage of Windows 8 hate, especially not from OEMs (computer manufacturers) who build Windows PCs. In fact, the hate may be deeper than some may realize.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes of ZDNet says some OEMs have personally confided in him in regards to the effect Windows 8 has had on the PC industry.…Read More »