• Intel Pivots From PCs to Cloud

    Intel Pivots From PCs to Cloud

    4 billion in savings by the middle of next year, Intel said.The restructuring announcement was made alongside Intel's first-quarter earnings report.
  • Cisco Delivers Good News, Bad News: Solid Earnings, Job Cuts

    Cisco Delivers Good News, Bad News: Solid Earnings, Job Cuts

    6 billion, up 2 percent for the quarter, compared with the year-ago period.8 billion represented a 21 percent increase over the previous year, while its FY2016 net income was up 20 percent, at $10.
  • Microsoft Dynamics Edges Out Salesforce, Oracle for HP Win

    Microsoft Dynamics Edges Out Salesforce, Oracle for HP Win

    Just two months after announcing the integration of its CRM and ERP platform under the Microsoft Dynamics 365 umbrella, Microsoft this week announced a six-year agreement to deploy the service to HP Inc.Under the agreement, HP will deploy the Microsoft Dynamics platform -- including Azure, Office 365 and other solutions -- to tens of thousands of its employees.
  • Google Pursues Both Fiber and Wireless Broadband Ambitions

    Google Pursues Both Fiber and Wireless Broadband Ambitions

    The Triangle is Google Fiber's eighth incursion.The North Carolina activity may alleviate some of the doubts over Google Fiber's direction, which mushroomed several months ago, when the company acquired Webpass.
  • Apple Steers Its Car Project All Over the Map

    Apple Steers Its Car Project All Over the Map

    The company is pursuing its own strategy of autonomous vehicle technology, Bruce said, confirming earlier reports that its focus was on adding autonomous safety features to its line of performance cars.Such a tie-up could make sense for Apple, given its history of failed negotiations and its desire to kick-start its car development project to catch up with rivals Tesla and Google, among others.
  • Medium Slashes Staff, Aims to Fix 'Broken' Model

    Medium Slashes Staff, Aims to Fix 'Broken' Model

    Promoted Stories, which the company launched in beta last year, will be impacted, while Memberships, which allows publishers to post under a subscription model, will not, a source familiar with the firm told the E-Commerce Times.Key metrics in 2016, including readership and published posts, were up 300 percent compared with the prior year, Williams noted.
  • LeEco Lays Off Staff, Will Scale Back US Presence

    LeEco Lays Off Staff, Will Scale Back US Presence

    The job cuts will hit the research and development staff in the company's San Diego office the hardest, Bloomberg reported.Out of a staff of hundreds, only about 50 people will remain, mostly to provide support for current LeEco customers.