Should the YotaPhone Worry Apple?
BlackBerry Is 'Very Much Alive'
Google Cloud Service Aims at Amazon
Cyber Monday Had Records Sales
HP Releases 4 New Android Tablets
Should Apple and Samsung be worried? A Russian company is trying to one up them both in the smartphone market with something called the YotaPhone, a dual-screen device that's always on.
Former Sybase CEO John Chen, who is now BlackBerry's interim chief executive, says BlackBerry is returning to its roots, refocusing on delivering devices and services to business users.
The cloud wars continue. This week, Google has opened up its cloud-based Compute Engine, added greater performance, and dropped pricing to better compete with Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and others.
The day widely regarded as the Super Bowl of online sales ca-chinged its way to a record day for retailers, and marked a shift in shopping preferences as smartphones and tablets drove nearly a third of traffic.
It missed its November deadline for the release of its new line of four Android-based tablets, but luckily, Hewlett-Packard was able to meet impressive price points with its new Slate devices.