Photo Courtesy of Verizon Wireless
Have you heard about the new HTC One (M8)? It is a nice, new smartphone and is available through Verizon exclusively through April 9. For a limited time, customers can buy the HTC One (M8) at $199.99 with a two-year contract and get a second one free.
The HTC One (M8) is a step up from last year’s model with some adjustments. The One (M8) comes with a great 5-inch Super LCD3 1080p display. Some reviewers have mentioned that the colors look rich and the brightness was good, making pictures, videos, and apps appear crisp.
On February 13, Verizon Wireless launched their MORE Everything plans. The change will transition customers currently on a Share Everything plans to MORE Everything plans. This change will increase data allowances, add unlimited global text messaging and more without raising rates.
Examples of what some customers may see on the new MORE Everything plans are:Read more
Courtesy of Dell Inc.
Today, February 5, Dell announced that it has signed a merger agreement under which Michael Dell, Dell’s Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and Silver Lake, will acquire Dell and take the company private. This agreement also includes a $2 billion loan from Microsoft.Read more
In a news release today, Wednesday, May 23, 2012, HP announced a multi-year restructuring plan that would result in the loss of 27,000 jobs. This represents 8% of HP’s workforce and is expected to extend to the end of 2014.
HP focused on the expected annualized savings this restructuring would bring, which totals around $3.0 to $3.5 billion by 2014. HP hopes to take that savings and reinvest it back into the company finding efficiencies and improving customer service.
Tablets were abound at this year's CES. However, few have seen the light of day, let alone become a functional part of our daily lives. Well, except for one brand and a couple that really are not tablets. As of this writing, the following tablets have been out in the market:Read more
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