by Carl Howe | April 17, 2014
It’s a story that seemingly plays out each quarter: One of the Four Horsemen reports earnings growth that doesn’t quite meet the lofty expectations of its Wall Street backers. This time it’s Google’s turn to reveal a strong earnings report, only to see its share prices subsequently fall.Read more »
by Jordan McKee | April 17, 2014
Boston-based mobile payments company LevelUp is looking to lure more retailers on to its platform by offering reduced fees to process payment card transactions made using its mobile app. Eventually, the company’s founder says, LevelUp wants to eliminate such fees entirely.
by Chris Marsh | April 17, 2014
Mobile users looking to control their work desktops on the go now have a new option. Google rolled out its Chrome Remote Desktop for mobile app, enabling Android device users to control their desktop machines anytime, anywhere.Read more »
by Boris Metodiev | April 17, 2014
The much-discussed mobile device “kill switch” now seems ready for a full-scale rollout with the likes of Apple, Samsung, Google and Microsoft, among several others, now on board.
by Ken Rehbehn | April 17, 2014
Time Warner Cable (TWC) announced its nationwide Hotspot 2.0 network is officially up and running, making it the first large-scale implementation of the Wi-Fi-based technology in the U.S.Read more »