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The Netherlands joins the call against deplorable tax practices

Chip manufacturing giant Intel has been given a significant boost in its ambitions to build smaller processing chips aimed at the mobile market when Irish authorities gave the company the green light Read more...

Capital gains increases leads to Apple sell off.

One of the biggest challenges US president Barrack Obama faced when he was elected to his first term as president of the United States was to ensure that the US economy recovered from the after effects of the 2009 global financial crisis. Although Obama did do well to prevent the economy from collapsing, he was given a second term in the hope that the reforms that he put into place will fully take effect. Read more...

Interest high for new Kim Dotcom’s Mega Cloud Service

Exactly a year after the highly publicized raid on Kim Dotcom’s Megaupload service, the technology entrepreneur has launched a similar service, called Mega, which has attracted the attention of millions of international users. Read more...

Infrastructure development will be a key component in survival in the new tech world

As technology companies come to terms with adjusting to an ever connected world, it is becoming evident that the key to supremacy in the market may not lie in winning major legal battles as it was in 2012, but in ensuring that you have the infrastructure backbone that enables you to provide products and services which are cutting edge and tailor made to suit user needs. Read more...

Windows 8 sales don’t blow the market away

One of the most anticipated events of 2012 was the launch of Windows 8, the next flagship product in Microsoft’s line of products. While there was a lot of talk that the product would be the savior of the industry and would increase declining PC sales, there has been a mediocre response to the product.Read more...

Analysts report that Venture Capital experienced a rocky road in 2012

While the technology industry saw one of its busiest years to date, which was mainly driven by interest in mobile technology, investments in the venture capital industry slowed with investors getting a bearing on a number of sectors that held high favor in the past.Read more...

Cook to answer for Apple’s role in “do not poach agreement”

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has been asked by the courts to give a detailed account of agreements made with other technology companies to not recruit each other’s employees. This comes in the wake of a massive civil case brought against the industry by five former employees of companies who said that they and others lost out on better salaries due to these policies.Read more...

Declining PC sales force companies to take drastic measures.

For the first time in a decade, reports show that PC sales have declined in the last quarter of 2012, signaling what could possibly be the final nail in the coffin of the PC’s dominance of the technology landscape.Read more...

eBay reports increased profits, eyes growth in mobile and developing markets.

After rumors and speculation that consumers did not have significant buying power in 2012, e-commerce giant, eBay, reports that sales climbed by 18% to $3.9-billion in the last quarter of 2012. And the company hasn’t dampened its growth forecast saying that 2013 is going to be an even better year for the company. Read more...

HP receives interest from investment bankers to sell underperforming assets

In a world of declining PC sales, the most pertinent question for the world’s largest PC manufacturers is how to design a product that will be able to compete with the massive demand that the consumer market has for mobile products such as smartphones and tablets.Read more...

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