Articles By Valli Meenakshi Ramanathan
Facebook's (FB) stock continued to witness swinging fortunes as its prices hit an all-time low of $17.55 Tuesday before closing at $17.72, almost 1.82 percent lower than the previous close. Amidst the fluctuating fortunes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg declared that he would not sell any shares at least for another one year.
As the countdown for the next-generation iPhone launch, largely called the iPhone 5, knocks down to a week, news of recently promoted Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) executives receiving generous stock grants worth over $50 million is making waves.
Cambodia has decided to deport popular BitTorrent site Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, who was arrested Aug.30, for violation of copyright laws and enabling illegal downloading of music and films.
Organic foods are as good as conventionally grown foods except for the lower level of pesticides in food items. However, pesticide levels in conventional foods are within permissible limits, according to a new study conducted by the Stanford University.
The cabin crews of Lufthansa, or LHA, airlines are staging a strike at three German airports Tuesday in their second walkout in a 13-month wage dispute that has resulted in the cancellation of 208 flights in Frankfurt, Bloomberg Businessweek reported.
Baidu Inc (BIDU) has launched a new browser for mobile devices running on Android operating system that allows users to play games and watch videos without a media player, Bloomberg has reported.
The online version of the 328-page catalog released August 21, 2012, features 12 percent of 3D content, while for the next year it is bound to go up to 25 percent.
Samsung Electronics (005930) appears to be taking stock of its situation after a California jury ordered the South Korean electronics giant to pay $1.05 billion in damages to Apple (AAPL) for violating patents pertaining to the iPhone and iPad.
With just 10 days to go for the Apple September 12 event, a new video on Vietnamese portal Tinhte.vn showcases redesigned earphones that is likely to accompany the next-generation iPhone.
The two-day Made In America Festival got off to a rocking start at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as Jay Z entered the stage bouncing up and down, mimicking artist Rocky Balboa, with whom he shares a rag to riches story.