Carl Icahn is giving up his bitter takeover fight for Dell a few days before shareholders are scheduled to consider the latest buyout offer from the company’s founder Michael Dell.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to get all of the world’s 7 billion people online through a partnership with some of the largest mobile technology companies.
Dell’s woes worsened during its most recent quarter, as the PC maker resorted to price cuts to slow a sales decline driven by a growing reliance on smartphones and tablets.
There was a time you couldn’t imagine not having a landline telephone in your home. Now it seems those same American homes could soon be shedding their traditional television sets.
Some people think of it as the mother of all video game festivals and QuakeCon is taking place right now in North Texas. Each year thousands come from around the world, with PCs in hand, to attend the event.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is warning that the latest offer from Dell’s founder to buy the struggling computer maker bypasses an important safeguard for shareholders.
American Airlines was back up and running on Wednesday morning after a computer glitch forced the carrier to cancel nearly 1,000 flights on Tuesday.
A computer problem created a backup of American Airlines planes at DFW Airport and every U.S. airport where American flies. The technical issues, that resulted in a “system-wide ground delay”, started around Noon and weren’t resolved for nearly four hours.
The ailing personal computer market is getting weaker, and it’s starting to look as if it will never fully recover as a new generation of mobile devices reshapes the way people use technology.
The time-honored skill of typing is certainly still helpful, but it’s becoming less necessary because of predictive keyboards, and that’s raising a question. Does typing have a future?
Dell plans to negotiate with Blackstone Group and Carl Icahn over acquisition bids for the computer maker that rival a bid of over $24 billion from investors led by Michael Dell.
Is Michael Dell’s attempt to gain more control over his company about to turn into a financial tug-of-war? The answer could come Friday, as other offers may top his $24.4 billion deal.