Cloud storage is increasingly getting cheaper, as companies like Amazon, Google, Rackspace, and Microsoft are all playing out pricing wars, trying to attract the most business.
Despite massive objections around the world, Amazon raises the price of its Prime service to $99 from $79, but offers users a chance to lock in the lower rate for the next seven days.
It's no secret that Nintendo has had its struggles, as the Wii U gaming system has proved to be a flop and the rise of mobile games are increasingly taking attention away from traditional console gaming. While some look to Apple to be Nintendo's savior, it may not be so easy as that.
Following yesterday's ban in New Jersey, Tesla Motors is hoping that it same fate doesn't befall it in Ohio.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has finally made the push into local search by partnering with Yelp. Following a month of rumors, Yahoo! announced its deal with Yelp, bringing Yelp's reviews, business information and star ratings to Yahoo! Search.
Amazon is going after the grocery business as its next big growth engine, but don't let that fool you into thinking that's all it's focused on. The next target for Amazon? Your living room.
Tesla Motors' presence in New Jersey will be severely hampered, as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's administration goes back on its word in a fight against the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJ CAR).
Following January's successful webcast, DoubleLine Capital's Jeffrey Gundlach is holding another, this time focused on the consequences of quantitative easing.
The next iPhone, dubbed by many to be the iPhone Air, is going to be a huge product push for Apple, both in scope and in size. That's leading one analyst to upgrade the stock as investors await new product categories.
Facebook isn't just the world's largest social network. It's an advertising behemoth, which may soon wind up rivaling the likes of Google.