Internet calling company, Skype, announced its plans to buy the mobile video company, Qik, on Thursday.
Verizon iPhone rumors are nothing new. But this one is pretty good: According to the Boy Genius Report, Verizon and Apple could unveil the Verizon iPhone by Feb. 3 – in plenty of time to launch an advertising firestorm at the Feb. 6 Super Bowl.
The past year has produced some of the most intriguing business deals of the decade, which boosted (or sunk) the fortunes of CEOs and shareholders alike. Perhaps the most relevant question, however, is what impact these transactions will have on consumers? Here are the Top 5 deals of 2010 that, for better or worse, will change the way you spend your money.
Smartphones are increasingly the target of hackers looking for financial data. Here's how to protect yourself and your favorite piece of mobile technology.
Julian Assange has signed a book deal worth more than $1 million as a way to pay WikiLeaks' legal bills. The business world has had a mixed reaction to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
America has made the climate as comfortable as possible for CEOs, who have repaid the favor by creating more and more jobs – in other countries.
A conscript for the Russian army talks on a mobile phone at a recruiting station in Stavropol, Russia, on October 20.
Gmail calls to the US and Canada will remain free until at least the end of 2011. Does that mean Google has had a tough time attracting interest to its VoIP platform?
The iPad is just 'like a giant iPhone,' Motorola jokes in a new advertisement for its forthcoming tablet.