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Windows co-chief looking for surge with new hardware

The new Windows 8 system is off to a “solid” start and should get a boost in sales over the next few month, says top executive.

PayPal hopes to break US shoppers' swipe habit in stores

PayPal will soon be ubiquitous in US retail stores.

Sony hopes to make new console profitable faster than PlayStation 3

Struggling electronics giant Sony Corp aims to make a profit on its new videogame console faster than it did with its PlayStation 3 console by managing costs and keeping its technology similar to that of personal computers.

How to look big while staying small

Seven handy tips that SMBs should follow.

Electronic Arts expects games boost from new consoles

Videogames publisher Electronic Arts Inc is banking on a boost from Sony and Microsoft's new consoles to bring the digital and physical media sides of its portfolio into balance.

Web Wanders: A smart move … or maybe not

As ingenious an invention as it may be, overindulgence in smartphone usage may eventually take a toll on our relationships, if we are not careful.

IFA: Samsung — The Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be a new 'fashion icon'

J.K. Shin, head of Samsung's mobile division, predicts the Galaxy Gear will become "a new fashion icon through the world".

Sony pins hopes for profit on PlayStation 4, sets Feb 22 launch in Japan

Sony Corp announced the Japanese release of its PlayStation 4 on Monday as the electronics maker braces for a console war with Microsoft Corp that could make or break the Japanese firm's struggle to return to profit.

Banking Apps Need to be Awesome

Banking apps need to be awesome or they will leave users disappointed, putting customer acquisition and retention at risk.

Insight: How freewheeling Twitter became a money-spinning juggernaut

Around midnight on Christmas Eve of 2009, a handful of employees at Twitter received an unconventional holiday greeting from Dick Costolo, then the chief operating officer.