Carol Bartz has been ousted as CEO of Yahoo. She had reportedly been let go over the phone by the chairman of the board, Roy Bostock. CFO Tim Morse has taken over as interim CEO.
Chinese search engine Baidu is attracting big names to a new highly tailored version of the Android operating system, with PC maker Dell revealing it will jointly develop smartphones with the firm.
AT&T now doesn't only have a lawsuit from the Department of Justice standing in the way of its T-Mobile purchase, with Sprint on Tuesday filing its own legal challenge against the merger.
RIM investor Jaguar Financial is urging the vendor to consider options including a sale of the company, or a spinoff of its patent portfolio into a separate business.
News Corporation’s deputy chief, James Murdoch, maintains he knew nothing of mobile phone hacking at one of the group’s former newspapers. Former executives accused Murdoch of being in the loop about the scandal involving the News of the World tabloid.
Early indicators of a decrease in international traffic heading into New Zealand following the enactment of the nation's three strikes laws has led to concerns that demand for high-speed broadband services - such as the state-led UFB fiber project - could be muted by the legislation.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has disclosed it grew its August sales 87.4% year-on-year to TW$45.3 billion ($1.5 billion.)
Nokia has announced a $10,000 competition to remix or create the next Nokia Tune. The winning tone will be preloaded on Nokia phones and made available for download on the Ovi store.
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