Marissa Mayer, Yahoo's newly elected 37-year-old CEO, has urged the Yahooligans to keep moving.
In a memo to the Yahoo employees, Mayer said that she needed to develop a more informed perspective before making changes to the company's strategy or direction, and urged employees not to stop in the meantime.
Conveying her first message to employees after becoming CEO, she said, "You are doing important work. Please don't stop. With the exception of a few things that might heavily constrain us in the future, the answer is most likely: Yes, keep moving."
Internet & information giant Google Inc. posted a strong second-quarter earnings report as more Internet surfers clicked on its revenue-generating ads.
Revenue jumped 35 per cent to $12.21 billion in the second quarter, with Motorola contributing $1.25 billion.
It was Motorola’s first listing in a Google earnings report. Google acquired Motorola in May this year. Thus, the handset maker only contributed for around 39 days to Google’s second-quarter results. Without Motorola’s contribution, revenue would have grown 21 per cent.
Software giant Microsoft performed quite well in its fiscal fourth quarter but suffered a loss of $492 million due to aQuantive write down.
For the quarter, the Redmond-based company reported a revenue of $18.06 billion, up from $17.37 billion in the corresponding period of last year. During the same period last year, Microsoft had $5.87 billion in income.
Following the footsteps of rival carrier Verizon, AT&T on Wednesday announced a single shared data plan, called "Mobile Share," that will allow users to share data across multiple devices.
AT&T's Mobile Share plans, which will be rolled out in late August, will offer unlimited minutes for phone calls as well as unlimited text messages. The plans will work with up to ten devices. One of those ten devices must be a smartphone.
Windows 8, the newest version of Microsoft's popular Windows OS, will go on sale on October 26.
The Redmond-based software giant announced the precise release date for Windows 8 OS at its annual sales meeting Wednesday. Previously, the company had said that the new OS would go on sale in October.
Windows 8 OS has been designed to work on both desktop computers and touchscreen devices such as tablets. Where as Windows 7 OS was designed to be a more focused, incremental upgrade to the Windows line, Windows 8 OS features a new UI based on the company's Metro design language.
According to research by the Royal National Institute of Blind People, as compared to national guidelines, there are tougher restrictions imposed by about 50 per cents NHS trusts in England as they have set their own criteria for the surgery.
Many elderly people will be jeopardizing their eyesight with the NHS putting strict restrictions on cataract surgery.
Microsoft on Monday announced the availability of a customer preview version of Office 2013 – the next version of the widely popular productivity suite.
The next generation of the office suite, which focuses on mobile devices, touch-screens and the cloud, was introduced to the world by chief executive Steve Ballmer at a media event in San Francisco.
The Redmond firm has designed the Office 2013 keeping its upcoming Windows 8 operating system in mind.
Yahoo Inc. has announced the appointment of Marissa Mayer, one of the top executives at rival firm Google, as its new chief executive.
The appointment of longtime Web-search executive Marissa’s deep technology experience is expected to help struggling Yahoo in the developing new Web services, increasing its customer-base.
Ms. Mayer, 37, edged out front-runner and acting chief executive Ross Levinsohn who filled in the vacant post after former chief Scott Thompson was forced to step down for overstating his resume.
The PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale title, which is scheduled for release on October 23, now boasts the addition of new playable characters to its rooster --- Jak and Daxter and Cole MacGrath.
The addition of the new characters to the game's roster will give an impressive edge to the title's diverse cast that already includes the likes of PaRappa from PaRappa the Rapper; Tekken's Heihachi; Uncharted's Nathan Drake; and Twisted Metal's Sweet Tooth.
In a move which marks a leap on of the Google+ social networking service to the biggest-available screen of an Apple iOS device, Internet search giant Google has released its new Google+ app for the iPad.
The Google+ iPad app, which is now available for download in the App Store, will chiefly prompt the users to make some choices involving the social networking service's handy `Instant Upload' feature which uploads the users' photos automatically, to enable their selective sharing later on.