Last summer, Best Buy founder, Richard Schulze offered to buy the company for $8.8 billion, which would have made it the biggest ever buyout for an America retail chain. Schulze stated at the time of his offer that the company was facing a “moment of truth”. The moment appears to have come and gone.
There are plenty of reasons to believe that Apple may never again be the world’s most valuable company. At least not for long.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology says the country’s “mobile operating system research and development is too dependent on Android.” That could mean trouble for Google, opportunity for others.
The Obama Phone is not a direct line to the President, though the very name has become the stuff of urban legend.
Apple stages a strong quarter, holding down Samsung’s U.S. growth and even forcing Android’s U.S. share down for the period.
In the smartphone wars, Samsung tops Apple in just about every possible metric. Except perhaps the most critical one.
Was Sergey Brin’s Google Glass presentation at last week’s TED2013 conference little more than a product pitch?
Microsoft’s latest attempt to snare search share from Google has again fallen flat, as the company acknowledges winding down its nasty “Scroogled” attack-ad campaign.