Posted by Shirley Brady on November 16, 2010 06:30 PM
Adobe's CEO has fighting words for Apple.
Andy Warhol foundation beats lawsuit alleging rigged fakes.
Apple (Beatle's Apple) and EMI CEOs hammered out today's iTunes deal in two hours, reports the Wall Street Journal, as all 17 newly available Beatles albums enter the top 100 iTune sales on day one.
Bank of America, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase agree to hold off on foreclosures.
BlackBerry-maker RIM says its PlayBook is 3x faster than Apple's iPad.
Corona signs tennis net branding deal for ATP world tour.
Ford UK shifts marketing focus to branded entertainment.Continue reading...
Posted by Caroline Smith on November 8, 2010 05:00 PM
Android Gingerbread out of the oven this week.
Could Apple sell 48 million iPads?
Facebook now serving 1 trillion display ads per year.
GM is building electric cars again, just not for Americans.
Louis Vuitton is selling Keith Richards’ latest book.
Michelle Obama wore Dries Van Noten and J.Crew in India.
MIT researcher finds that social networks influence health behaviors.
Oakley unveils first 3-D glasses that won't make you feel cross-eyed.
Oracle has private investigators hunting for HP's new CEO.
Washington Post launches iPad app with subscription option.
Windows Phone 7 debuts in U.S. stores.
Posted by Caroline Smith on November 1, 2010 05:00 PM
Apple irks British iPhone users for not updating clocks to reflect Sunday's time change.
BlackBerry users in India rejoice as government decides not to ban the devices.
Daily Candy turns 10.
GM IPO to cut U.S. stake below 50%.
Google sues U.S. government for allegedly discriminating against Google Apps.
Google's Android overtakes Apple's iPhone as leader in U.S. smartphone market.
Hilton, the Peninsula and other hotel spas offer shorter treatments to stressed clientele.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 27, 2010 08:30 AM
Acer is launching a line of tablet PCs.
Apple launches Chinese app store.
Bill Clinton, one-man Michelin star?
BMW recall may have been prompted by ABC News investigation.
BP CEO Bob Dudley vows company will remain committed to America.
British Airways expands mobile boarding to BlackBerry and Android smartphones.
Budweiser's new UK spot features giant game of pool.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 26, 2010 06:30 PM
Barnes & Noble introduces a color version of its Nook e-reader with Google Android OS.
Disney and Time Warner Cable will experiment with TV Everywhere (Internet TV behind a paywall for TWC subscribers) with the next installment of ESPN's Monday Night Football.
Facebook and MySpace asked by Sen. Jay Rockefeller, the Democratic chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, to detail how they safeguard user information.
George Foreman expands with Healthy Cooking line.
GlaxoSmithKline agrees to pay $750 million fine for bad products.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt apologizes for Street View privacy flap.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 19, 2010 06:30 PM
Apple is expected to unveil a new MacBook Air tomorrow.
Cars.com returns to the Super Bowl.
Disney's Tron-related licensed merchandise includes $800 shoes.
Fox and Cablevision chastised by FCC chief over transmission standoff.
GM has the capacity for 60,000 Chevy Volts in 2012.
Goldman Sachs reduces bankers pay pool.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on October 15, 2010 09:00 AM
Apple tries to crack the code for China, as Verizon Wireless prepares to start carrying the iPad in the U.S.
BP stations in the U.S. are looking to rebrand, presenting a challenge for new CEO Robert Dudley.
Cadbury introduces "Most pampered bar in the world" campaign.
DoubleTree by Hilton rebrands globally.
Gap Inc. is focusing on international and online growth, CEO Glenn Murphy tells investors.
GE reports quarterly growth in orders after long drought.Continue reading...
Posted by Barry Silverstein on October 12, 2010 03:00 PM
When Microsoft revealed its Windows Phone 7 yesterday, mobile phone makers were at the ready with their own product announcements.
Samsung and LG, the largest smartphone manufacturers in Korea, quickly got on board, even as Nokia was countering Windows-mania with its own C7 announcement.
But the Taiwanese company HTC could be the company with the most to gain from the entry of the Windows Phone 7 into an already crowded smartphone marketplace. In fact, in many respects, HTC can't lose — it makes the most phones that use either the Android or Windows operating systems.Continue reading...