Google is set to announce its new, lower cost Moto G Android smartphone next week.
Android phones account for four of every five smartphones shipped. Microsoft doubles its numbers. Blackberry and Apple lose share.
Panasonic halts plasma screen production. Sony TV division posts a loss. TVs are now so 20th Century.
In an ironic twist, Intel is tapped to manufacture new, high-tech ARM-based processors.
Google is reportedly looking for a manufacturer for its upcoming Android smartwatch design.
Carriers have begun dropping the price of the Moto X smartphone to compete with lower-priced devices.
Comcast is offering a discount package of high-speed Internet, basic cable and streaming video, including HBO.
A week later our tablets now run Windows 8.1. But, with new, cheaper devices on the way why would anyone want a RT computer?
Samsung agrees to give Corning full control of their jointly owned screen manufacturing company.
eBay is changing and wants you to believe that shopping on its site is becoming more personal.