Saturday, April 18th 2015                                                                             About Us|Contact Us|SEARCH

Category: Economy

0

Intel purchases Lantiq to move closer to ‘Internet of Everything’

Intel, in its latest purchase, has agreed to acquire Lantiq, the network chipmaker based out of Germany. No amount was disclosed in the announcement ...
0

Android hits over 1 billion of smartphone shipments in 2014

Apple had finally reached 1 billionth iOS devices as of this writing. This feat became a milestone for the Cupertino company which also accounts the w...
0

Chicago business barometer rises to 59.4 January; tops estimates

Business activity in the Chicago area surprisingly expanded at a faster rate this month, according to a report by MNI Indicators released Friday, with...
0

U.S. economy grows 2.6 percent in October to December period

The U.S. economy grew to a more modest rate in the fourth quarter, reflecting the challenges to the economic recovery as troubles rise abroad.
0

U.S. consumer sentiment index improves to 98.1 in January

Sentiment by U.S. consumers about the economy was more upbeat, according to data by the University of Michigan released Friday.
0

Microsoft to be a minority investor to Cyanogen Inc,

Cyanogen is one of the most popular custom-Android ROM in the mobile industry. According to Wall Street Journal, it will take a good funding from one ...
0

IRS Eases Repayment Rules For Excess Health Premium Subsidies

Health insurance marketplace customers who received too much in tax credits in 2014 won't face a late penalty if they don't pay back the money by Apri...
0

S&P places Greek credit ratings on downgrade watch

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services put Greece's sovereign debt ratings on watch for downgrade, following the results of the Greek national elections e...
0

Boeing Co. posts larger-than-expected profit for Q4; cuts 2015 outlook

Boeing Co. reported higher-than-anticipated results for the fourth quarter but provided a weak profit outlook for this year amid worries that falling ...
0

Apple’s iPhone Sales More Than Microsoft and Google Combined

Apple was able to make more than twice as much of what Google and Microsoft made combined during the last quarter.