Recently, Google (GOOG) announced it would be the first cloud service company to use Intel’s Skylake Xeon server processor. The news came as a surprise.
There have been rumors that Intel might launch a fourth processor on its 14nm node, code named Coffee Lake, since the ramp-up of the 10nm node is delayed.
Intel (INTC) is in the midst of a major transformation, which makes Intel the top semiconductor R&D (research and development) spender in the world.
Twitter (TWTR) recently expanded its efforts to curb online trolling on its social network using algorithms to flag accounts that potentially violate its terms.
The performances of Twitter (TWTR) and Square (SQ) starkly contrasted with each other in the most recent quarter, yet both companies are run by Jack Dorsey.
Twitter (TWTR) has taught one lesson for the newly listed Snap (SNAP). Snap wants to avoid Twitter’s post-IPO troubles that have depressed the stock.
Consider how President Donald Trump has made Twitter (TWTR) popular by using its social media site to post messages that typically attract mixed reactions.
Advertising is Twitter’s (TWTR) largest business, similar to Facebook (FB) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google.
A few weeks ago, Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter (TWTR), bought company shares worth $7 million—a symbolic move in several ways.
Faced with stiff competition for online marketing budgets, slowing revenue and user growth, and a falling stock price, Twitter (TWTR) seems to be battling a huge storm.
Twitter (TWTR) recently sounded a warning about its growth. It said its topline growth rate will continue to trail its subscriber growth rate in 2017.
Twitter (TWTR) could face stiffer competition from Snap (SNAP), which will likely try to prove its value to shareholders as a public company.
Apple reportedly spends hundreds of millions of dollars to run its services on Amazon’s Amazon Web Services (or AWS) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google Cloud.
Apple may have just doubled the free trial period for its Apple Music service. Customers who buy its BeatsX wireless earbuds also get a credit toward Apple Music and other Apple services.
Apple (AAPL) confirmed that it had hired Timothy Twerdahl from Amazon (AMZN) last month. Twerdahl was the head of Amazon’s Fire TV business.
Apple (AAPL) is mulling over multiple strategies in its India expansion. Chief among these strategies is a proposal to manufacture iPhones in the country.
Some $11 billion is up for grabs in the intelligent virtual assistant market, that is, the market for features such as Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Alphabet’s Google Assistant.
Apple finally released the highly anticipated BeatsX earphones on February 10, 2017, after delaying them for several months. BeatsX will be a source of incremental revenue for Apple.
Apple’s (AAPL) time-honored product development secrecy is once again fueling speculation regarding what the company is up to in the tablet market this year.
Apple doesn’t release data on its Apple Watch sales, but CEO Tim Cook said that the product registered its best quarterly performance in the holiday quarter, Apple’s fiscal 1Q17.