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CEO Heading Samsung’s TV Business May be Asked to Oversee Its Mobile Business

CEO Heading Samsung’s TV Business May be Asked to Oversee Its Mobile Business

A news report says that, Samsung Electronics may consider an overhaul of its management which could lead to the company's TVs and home appliances head of to oversee the company's mobile business, which is not doing so well. The reshuffling in its management could begin as soon as December.

Amazon Fire TV Stick will offer stiff competition to Neflix and Hulu Plus

Amazon Fire TV Stick will offer stiff competition to Neflix and Hulu Plus

Amazon's Fire TV Stick is a new streaming device - just like the Google Chromecast or the Roku Streaming Stick - which plugs into an HDMI port, and is powered by microUSB. Though the Fire TV Stick is essentially a smaller version of Amazon's Fire TV full-fledged streaming device, it is well worth its $40 sticker price.

Lowe’s to Introduce Robots in Store for Customer Service

Lowe’s to Introduce Robots in Store for Customer Service

Soon you may not find the hardware man to help you in stores anymore! On Tuesday, one of the largest U. S hardware retailer and DIY stores, Lowe's, said that it is going to introduce its first robot clerk in-stores.

Amazon Should Take Careful Steps after the Fire Phone Flop

Amazon Should Take Careful Steps after the Fire Phone Flop

On Thursday, Amazon the Seattle based company reported a third-quarter loss along with a disappointing forecast figure for the holiday season sale. From the starting of the year the company has lost twenty eight percent of its value.

Google’s Slowing Clicks on Ads Worry Investors and Analysts

Google’s Slowing Clicks on Ads Worry Investors and Analysts

On Thursday, Google reported its third-quarter earnings and the figures have raised several questions in the minds of the analysts. The earnings report showed that the Internet giant is revealing signs of a slowdown in its extremely profitable business of search advertising.

Hewlett-Packard to Split Its Business in Two

Hewlett-Packard to Split Its Business in Two

Reportedly, Hewlett-Packard Co, the robust Silicon Valley company which is trying to adapt to the changing times with the spurt of mobile and online computing, now plans to divide itself into two separate companies. This action will allow it to put in more focus on the fast-growing corporate services market.

Yahoo Urged to Buy Rival AOL Inc.

Yahoo Urged to Buy Rival AOL Inc.

Marissa Mayer the CEO of the struggling internet company Yahoo seems to be receiving some un-called for advice about measures that could turn around the performance of the company.

Siemens Plans to Acquire Dresser-Rand for $6 billion Says Sources

Siemens Plans to Acquire Dresser-Rand for $6 billion Says Sources

Sources having knowledge of the matter said on Sunday that Siemens AG the German engineering conglomerate is going in for a multibillion-dollar deal for buying Dresser-Rand Group Inc. the oil-equipment manufacturer of U. S. The deal could be announced as early as Monday said the persons.

iPhone 6 Mobile Payments will be Accepted by Walgreens & CVS

iPhone 6 Mobile Payments will be Accepted by Walgreens & CVS

Tuesday is much awaited by all those inquisitive about Apple's iPhone 6, the iWatch as the company is supposed to unveil its features on that day.

The company is preparing for the "special event" in Cupertino, California which s its hometown. It has also invited the media for the September 9 unveiling of its new model and fresh features.

Latest Funding Value Snapchat at $10 billion

Latest Funding Value Snapchat at $10 billion

Sources say that Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byer the Venture capital firm has agreed to invest in Snapchat which is a paridly growing messaging startup. The valuation is estimated at approximately $10 billion.

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