Microsoft has teamed with Delta Airlines in effort to utilize the new Surface 2 tablet.
The company has filed to become an IPO and be traded on the stock market much like rival Zynga.
The ubiquitous American company founded in 1886 and available in every country in the world (except, officially, Cuba and North Korea) is no longer the world's number one most valuable brand. Coca-Cola, your throne has been usurped by Apple, Inc.
Google - one of the largest, richest, and most influential technology companies in the world - is only 15 years old. In celebration, Google is revealing an upgrade to its first and most pervasive product: search.
China is going to allow video game consoles into the country for the first time in 13 years. The move is part of its plans to open a new Free Trade Zone in Shanghai, in order to boost its economy, but Microsoft and Sony - makers of the upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - must be expecting a boost as well.
Mexican bakery Bimbo signed a new international soccer star for a commercial, Real Madrid’s Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, as it did last year with Barcelona’s Argentinean Lionel Messi.
Look out McDonald's--Burger King has a new french fry innovation that's allegedy much healthier, but just as tasty as their original fries.
Despite a new name, a revamped operating system, and some genuine attempts at innovation this year, BlackBerry has reached the end of its road and is being bought out.
Apple has revealed the Cupertino-based organization sold nine million units of their latest iPhone smartphones.
Apple is projected to sell more iPhones during its launch weekend than the iPhone 5, however, not by much.
Ty Inc. CEO and Beanie Babies creator Ty Warner has pled guilty to federal tax evasion charges and has agreed to cough up $53.5 million as a civil penlty.
An Iranian-born man smashed his BMW M6 car valued at $160,000 as a protest for the lack of response from the manufacturer company to his complaints.
Despite not revealing pricing plans, Apple's iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s have secured 100,000 units reservations to China's second-largest mobile carrier.
Samsung Electronics Co. could receive a hefty fine by the European Union (EU) in regards to an antitrust dispute with rival Apple Inc.
Sales expectations are projected to be high for Apple's iPhone 5c smartphone, according to a new report.