The billion-dollar verdict is the largest victory yet in Apple’s global proxy war against arch-rival Google. But what does the decision mean for mobile innovation?
The mobile payments/digital wallet drama now unfolding is fascinating for three reasons: First, paying with your mobile phone is the most fundamental shift in retail commerce since the credit card was invented 60 years ago. …
Investors are bailing out on one-time Web 2.0 darlings Facebook, Zynga and Groupon in favor of proven tech winners Apple and Google.
Facebook’s IPO — in which insiders cashed out $10 billion — now ranks as “the worst performer among all large IPOs on record,” according Bloomberg.
Retail titans like Walmart, Target and Best Buy are challenging tech upstarts like Google, Paypal and Square for advantage as the mobile payments space heats up.
Chicago-based daily-deals website Groupon watched its already discounted stock price plunge by 20% after the company reported sales numbers that failed to impress Wall Street. Groupon said weakness in Europe and foreign-currency …
Billion-dollar cash-outs at Facebook, Zynga and Groupon. Abysmal stock performance.
There is a growing consensus on Wall Street that RIM cannot survive on its own. Now, speculation is mounting that the Blackberry-maker will strike a licensing deal with a hardware giant like Samsung.
Facebook ads can be effective, according to a recent study conducted by the social media giant and comScore.
A few more disappointing quarters — or slowing iPhone sales-growth — and doubt could build about Apple’s post-Steve Jobs future.
Facebook shares have fallen 36% since the IPO, which generated $9 billion for company insiders. “It has become a show-me story,” one analyst said.
As global economic conditions worsen, tech companies have little margin for error.