Larry Ellison stepping down as Oracle CEO

Oracle founder Larry Ellison will become chairman of the board after stepping down as its chief executive.  More

Why NASA is turning to Elon Musk

NASA has turned over the shuttle program to two companies, Boeing and Elon Musk's SpaceX. The agency wants to pursue something far sexier.  More

What happens to calls recorded for quality

AT&T has developed a software platform that can transcribe and offer near-real-time analysis on customer service calls.  More

What is the cloud?

The cloud can be confusing -- but it just refers to software and services that run on the Internet. Don't be scared.  More

Elon Musk dreams 'dark' before a launch

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk talks describes vivid dreams the night before liftoff.  Play

Steve Ballmer cuts ties with Microsoft but still owns 333 million shares

Steve Ballmer quits Microsoft's board to spend more time running the LA Clippers.  More

Amazon undercuts Square with new mobile credit card payments service

Amazon announces competitor to Square as it goes after credit card processing by small businesses.  More

Nadella officially puts his stamp on Microsoft

New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced massive layoffs at Microsoft on Thursday as he moves boldly to reshape the company.  More

Microsoft cuts 18,000 jobs

CEO Satya Nadella is presiding over the largest round of layoffs in the company's history.  More

BlackBerry stock surges on surprise profit

Good news for BlackBerry. The smartphone maker posted an unexpected profit and its cash position increased. It looks like CEO John Chen has more time to turn the company around.  More

Is Klarna the new PayPal?

PayPal revolutionized the way we buy products online. Klarna is next big thing, according to famed venture capitalist, Michael Moritz.  More

Did Apple and IBM just kill BlackBerry?

BlackBerrry's turnaround just hit a big speed bump. If IBM can successfully sell Apple's iPhones to corporate customers, how can BlackBerry counter that?  More

Did Apple and IBM just kill BlackBerry?

BlackBerrry's turnaround just hit a big speed bump. If IBM can successfully sell Apple's iPhones to corporate customers, how can BlackBerry counter that?  More

Amazon launches Prime Music

Amazon entered the streaming music business with the newest addition to its Prime services  More

Alibaba makes U.S. debut with 11 Main

Ahead of it's New York IPO, China's leading e-commerce company introduces itself to American shoppers with 11 Main.  More

'Electronic blood' could power computers

New IBM technology mimics the human brain to power and cool supercomputers.  More

HP to cut up to 16,000 more jobs

HP announced Thursday that it will cut an additional 11,000 to 16,000 jobs, after previously revealing plans for 34,000 layoffs.  More

Board backed abusive tech CEO before firing

RadiumOne CEO Gurbaksh Chahal had the board's full support just days before he was fired.  More

So far, so good for Microsoft's Nadella

Microsoft shares rose in after-hours trading Thursday after the company reported solid results for the first three months of the year.  More

Airbnb faces off with New York over housing rentals

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is pressing Airbnb for the identities of users he believes may be violating state housing laws.  More

Silicon Valley firms accused of hiring conspiracy

Google, Apple and other big tech companies face a class-action suit accusing them of colluding to suppress wages by agreeing to not hire each other's employees.  More

Windows 8 soon to be more like Windows 7

Microsoft is drawing inspiration from Windows 7, but Windows 8 won't be stuck there.  More

Gmail at 10: How Google dominated e-mail

It wasn't the first, but since day one, Gmail has always been the best e-mail service.  More

Clinton adviser to lead Microsoft strategy

Mark Penn, a former adviser to Hillary Clinton, is set to become head of Microsoft's strategy. It's one of the first signs of a shake-up under new CEO Satya Nadella.  More

Microsoft stock up 4%, hits 14-year high

Microsoft is finally back to where it was when the tech bubble burst. Its stock reached its highest level since March 2000 as investors bet on a Office for the iPad announcement.  More

How Nadella will change Microsoft

After months of drama, the software giant has finally named a new leader to take the company in new directions.  Play

Microsoft's new CEO to make a fortune

Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella will be paid handsomely, whether or not Microsoft performs well.  More

Microsoft names Nadella CEO, Gates out as chair

Satya Nadella, the head of Microsoft's rapidly growing cloud business, has been named Microsoft's new CEO. Bill Gates is stepping down as chairman but will remain in a new role as tech advisor.  More

Nadella would be safe choice for Microsoft

Satya Nadella, who is reportedly the choice to be Microsoft's next CEO, probably wouldn't rattle the cart too much.  More

Microsoft is about to take Windows XP off life support

Microsoft will end official support for the 12-year-old Windows XP on April 8.  More

5 things we want for Windows 9

Rumors are flying that Microsoft is cooking up the next big version of Windows.  More

IBM unveils plans for Watson supercomputer

Watson trounced the humans on Jeopardy. Now IBM is hoping to find ways to make money from the supercomputer.  More

New BlackBerry CEO may have golden touch

John Chen has impressed Wall Street with an optimistic but realistic tone and a back-to-basics approach for BlackBerry. The stock has surged so far in 2014.  More

BlackBerry sues Ryan Seacrest startup Typo

The Typo Keyboard, co-founded by Ryan Seacrest of 'American Idol' fame, is slated to come out later this month. But BlackBerry said Typo, which snaps on to iPhones, infringes on its patents.  More

Startup taps student demand for paid work

Fed up with unpaid internships, thousands of U.S. students are using a new website to help them find paid freelance gigs.  More

Sony moves to sell cable TV via the Internet

Buying cable would become a lot like buying a Netflix subscription, and it would move seamlessly from smart phone screens to big-screen TVs.  More

Alicia Keys out as BlackBerry's 'creative director'

BlackBerry bestowed Keys with the creative director title in January 2013, at a big launch of the company's new BlackBerry 10 operating system.  More

New BlackBerry CEO optimistic despite loss

BlackBerry reported a big loss and plunge in sales. But BlackBerry's cash position grew and it inked a strategic partnership with Foxconn. Shares rose due to optimism from interim CEO John Chen.  More

Want to chat in 29 languages?

Droid Translator is a new app that promises to translate your phone, text and video conversations into 29 different languages.  More

7 robots too expensive (or lethal) to own

These robots walk into danger zones, shoot machine guns and zap lasers. You probably can't get your hands on them.  More

Robots are taking over corporate America

The idea of robots doing our bidding in the home has long been a sci-fi dream -- but in business it's becoming a reality at companies like Google and Amazon.  More

Ford: Mulally not leaving for Microsoft

Microsoft shares sank after a Ford board member said Alan Mulally is not leaving the company anytime soon. That dampens investor hopes that Mulally would succeed Steve Ballmer as Microsoft CEO.  More

New Qualcomm CEO won't make Microsoft happy

Qualcomm promoted Steve Mollenkopf to CEO Friday, less than a day after a report suggested he was a contender to succeed Steve Ballmer as the CEO of Microsoft.  More

Big tech scrambles for Israeli firms

Technology companies are on a shopping spree in Israel, spending billions on ever larger deals and fueling the country's startup success story.  More

Cisco slumps 13% on weak sales and outlook

Cisco CEO John Chambers has been warning of an "uneven" and "inconsistent" global recovery -- and that weakness is continuing to hit his company.  More

Will Google Docs kill off Microsoft Office?

Microsoft has long been the king of productivity, but Google is stepping out of the shadows with its cloud-based challenger  More

Oracle shareholders say 'no' to Larry Ellison's pay

Oracle shareholders voted against CEO Larry Ellison's giant pay package for the second year in a row.  More

Microsoft kills employee-ranking system

The much-maligned "stack ranking" method of reviewing employees forced managers to rate a certain percentage of workers as underperforming, no matter what.  More

Microsoft profit jumps 17%

Microsoft profit jumps 17% and sales grow 16%, trouncing Wall Street expectations.  More

BlackBerry's hometown vows to survive

BlackBerry serves as both warning and hero for the Waterloo tech hub it created.  More

Interim BlackBerry CEO could get $87 million

Trying to turn around BlackBerry is no easy feat, but interim CEO John Chen could score a huge payday if his efforts succeed.  More

Windows 8.1's little changes are a huge improvement

With Windows 8.1, Microsoft isn't running way from last year's drastic redesign. It's doing the opposite.  More

Can Microsoft dethrone Apple?

The PC business may be on the decline, but one asset manager thinks Microsoft could become the world's most valuable company again thanks to a growing presence in cloud software  More

Apple throws recruitment party for BlackBerry employees

Apple and Intel invited BlackBerry employees to recent recruitment events, after the smartphone maker announced massive layoffs.  More

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