Opinion: Microsoft's job cuts are smart, but poorly handled

Microsoft has a terrible habit of poorly executing every vision it has, and it leaves other companies to learn from their mistakes and pick up the pieces where they've failed. Microsoft announced job cuts today, and in tradition, it was smart but poorly-handled.

Google Play overshadows App Store downloads by 60%

App Annie, an industry standard in analytics and market data in the apps and digital economy, has released their Q2 report which highlights the performance of nearly three million apps across all the major app stores for the iOS, Android, and Windows Phone platforms.

WPC14: What can we expect from Windows 9?

It may be a little early to see a full revelation, or a public test build, but that doesn't mean Redmond can't start trying to drum up some excitement around Windows 9 to please its users, partners, and investors alike.

Bluetooth SIG releases wireless accessory predictions

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) oversees the development of the popular standard and has released research based on a survey of over 2000 GB consumers in June 2014 which gives some perspective about the public's expectation surrounding the rise of wireless accessories in the coming years.