Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced the company will merge all versions of its Windows operating system into one. Nadella told analysts that Microsoft wants to “streamline the next version of Windows from three operating systems into one single converged operating system.” This means developers will be able to make apps for one system that… Continue reading Microsoft to Merge All Versions of Windows into One Unified Operating System to Rule Them All
Apple and IBM have embarked on an exclusive landmark deal that is set to change the mobile enterprise landscape. IBM will be launching a suite of enterprise-specific apps built directly for Apple’s iOS including security, analytics and other management programs. IBM will also be pushing iPhones and iPads onto its corporate clientele while Apple does… Continue reading The Apple and IBM Marriage [COMIC]
Ever wonder which companies employees want to work for most? Now you can find out thanks to a LinkedIn study on which companies are in the most demand across North America. By analyzing more than 10 billion data points between members and companies and comparing that information with thousands of member surveys, LinkedIn could determine… Continue reading The 50 Most Sought After North American Corporate Employers of 2014 From LinkedIn
Which telephone service provider do you prefer to use? What about your banking preference? These decisions could be swayed by the presence of certain companies in your particular state of residence. This interesting map, created by Mike Simmons in collaboration with Broadview Networks, shows you the largest company by revenue in each state. The information… Continue reading What’s the Largest Company in Your State?
In 2013, marketers dropped a record $42.8 billion on internet advertising according to the trade group Interactive Advertising Bureau. To put that into perspective, during the same year, only about $40 billion was spent on broadcast television ads. But here’s the kicker: an estimated 36% of the billions spent on internet advertising is the result… Continue reading What if a Third of Internet Ad Traffic Was Fraudulent? Wait – It Is
Every year the Electronic Frontier Foundation releases a report on which tech companies are being nice with your data protection and which are being naughty. The thing about the Internet these days is that we are entrusting our very sensitive and private information to tech companies. Especially with the rising issue of mass surveillance, it’s… Continue reading Which Tech Companies Are Protecting You and Your Data From the Government?
If you’re a Skype user, today’s news from Microsoft should thrill you. In an effort to please users and make its service more competitive, Skype has made group video calling free for all Windows desktop, Mac OS X and Xbox One users, with more platforms coming soon. Group video calling has been available to Skype… Continue reading Now You Can Group Video Call on Skype – for Free
If you were looking forward to more Nokia Android devices, you seem to be out of luck. Microsoft announced today that its acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services business has been finalized. The transaction will be completed this Friday, when Microsoft will welcome the Nokia division into its family. Microsoft has partnered with Nokia since… Continue reading Nokia’s Devices and Services Business Is Now Officially Part of Microsoft