Tech Bullies Misbehaving
Tech giants have thrown their weight around to get what they want for years. Here's a look at some of the big tech companies that have been caught indulging in boorish behavior.
Last year, the New Yorker's Ken Auletta reported that AOL "still gets 80 percent of its profits from subscribers, many of whom are older people who have cable or DSL service but don't realize that they need not pay an additional twenty-five dollars a month to get online and check their e-mail.
We have seen superhero movies and their sequels. Some work, some don't, but they all want to save the world. Likewise, in the real world, when CEOs who have been at the helm of top corporate ships like Apple, Dell, P&G, make a comeback, the idea is little else, but to save their struggling companies and help them revive in the time of crisis. We bring to you six global CEOs who made the idea work, or not.
Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects. Since its launch in 2009, more than 4.2 million people have pledged over $645 million, funding more than 42,000 creative projects. Here are 7 technology projects that have managed to reach their funding goals and could come in handy at your enterprise.
Not all apps are fun. Some apps are virtual Trojan horses that swipe personal data when consumer's are not looking and become a serious security threat if you employees also bring personal devices to work. Appthority has put together a list of some of the worst offenders for you to blacklist off in your BYOD policy.
Yahoo has acquired Micro Blogging site Tumblr but will this acquisition also end up like Yahoo’s earlier failures? Here is a list of Yahoo’s failed acquisitions.