US Company News
According to a recent report, GLBenchmark results have helped TechTastic, a Dutch website, to discover details about the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.
The device dubbed SM-T311 is the model of the device as well. The benchmark results hinted that the same sported an 8-inch screen, which made it called as the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0.
The Nexus 4's de-shelving at retailers has left many to wonder if the same would be replaced by a new pure Android phone.
It has been found that the Android faithful have been becoming frivolous over the Google goodies to be revealed at Google I/O developers' conference next week.
Federal Authorities have opened an inquiry on insider trading charges on nutritional supplements maker Herbalife. Authorities in Los Angeles were inquiring Scott I. London, former partner in charge of audit at KPMG in relation with leaking confidential information about Herbalife and Sekchers USA.
Tech giant Apple's application for a trademark for the company's `iPad Mini' tablet has been officially turned down by the US Patent and Trademark Office, on the grounds that the company's case for owning the mentioned trademark was not strong enough.
Toyota will be back once again with the 2014 version of the Toyota Highlander after their initial success with Highlander 2013.
Toyota said that this car will be debut in less than two weeks of its previous one at the New York International Auto Show.
The event will be held on March 27 at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan.
LinkedIn is seemingly planning to sign a deal. A report has been claiming that the company is thinking to purchase Pulse, the esteemed and famous news reader mobile app.
Sources reportedly familiar with the negotiations had revealed the news. It is being said that the company might pay some $50 million to $100 million for the digital publisher, based in San Francisco.
After the resignation of former chief executive and billionaire Chinese e-commerce company founder of 'Alibaba' Jack Ma, who gave a statement in January that he is resigning to make some way for the younger leaders to step in, would be succeeded by company's former executive Jonathan Lu.
Food retailer Whole Foods Market has become the first national grocery chain to announce that its suppliers will have to label all the products which contains genetically engineered ingredients. The retailer is the first one which has given deadline to its suppliers and has said that the requirement should get fulfilled by 2018.
It seems that competition is really heating up in technology market. It has been said that Samsung's upcoming smartphone Samsung S 1V will be providing inductive wireless charging. In order to give neck to neck competition, there are chances that Apple could do the same.
Amid the signals of instability in Navistar, a major turn-over has been witnessed after the company delegated the highest position in the company to chief operating officer Troy Clarke.
Troy Clarke will be president and CEO of Navistar. He would be replacing Lewis B. Campbell. Clarke joined the company in 2010. The changes will initiate on April 15.
Roku has announced its newest flagship model today, which has been dubbed the Roku 3. It is being said that with the same, the company is seemingly applying high pressure in the living room streaming box-battle.
The streaming-video box newly introduced has been priced at $99. It is appearing to have set its sights on the Apple TV, which is also priced at $99.
Verizon CFO, Fran Shammo, revealed about their plans to stop selling phones with CDMA chips and sticking to only pure LTE smart phones by the beginning of next year. He disclosed the plans today at Deutsche Bank's Media, Internet, and Telecom conference. Moreover, he said that the transition will bring down costs and subsidies for customers.