Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
Story 2014 Chrysler 300 Chrysler The List McLaren 650S Launch 2014 Ascari Going Topless The idea of an interior-facing camera is meant to identify who is driving via face recognition, and tailor the in-car experience based on his or her preferences.
It's typically what companies say about how they decide to pay their top executives. It sounds simple in theory, but it gets hard to understand when you look at the numbers. Take, for example, San Francisco game developer Zynga, with relatively
Intigua , which enables software-defined operations using advanced container technology, has closed a $10 million Series B round led by new investor Intel Capital. Existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners and Cedar Fund also participated in the
For income investors who already owned Intel, this is good news. But for the income investor who had not yet bought shares, it's time to re-evaluate whether Intel is still an enticing investment for investors looking to grow their dividend income...
Taiwan's Acer Inc saw quarter-on-quarter shipments growth that exceeded the PC industry average in the April-June period, the company's chief executive said. The beleaguered computer maker, which eked out a net profit in the first quarter after three
Lenovo Group Ltd on Thursday launched a new Internet of Things unit to make sure the world's largest personal computer does not miss the next big trend in electronics manufacturing. Lenovo, based in Beijing , is using the new platform to position
Broadcom remains a strong player in network infrastructure and broadband, and perhaps an underrated player in the emerging "Internet of Things" market, but investors are right to question how mobile connectivity will fare in the coming years, as well
Reasons Why the Market Doesn't Like Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD is a turnaround situation play and still has balance sheet issues. Well, as of the most recent quarter, AMD's balance sheet issues are not getting better. Cash, cash equivalents and
Essentially, Intel is paying people to use its chips in tablets, but the stock surged in spite of mobile because of stabilizing PC sales and the data-center group income being up 40%. In the This Week in Tech video below, The Motley Fool's general
A recent publication from Intel showcases a new educational project called IDeATe (Integrative Design, Arts and Technology). In August of 2014, the students enrolled in the program will delve into a revolutionary new kind of education. A joint