Jonathan Ive, six months into an expanded role as Apple Inc.’s top product visionary, has embarked on a sweeping software overhaul that leaves the company at risk of falling behind on a new version of the operating system that runs iPhones and iPads, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Chinese television makers, including TCL Corp. and Hisense Electric Co., are accelerating their push into the U.S., marketing cut-rate sets and advanced technology as they try to grab share from Japanese and Korean competitors.
Samsung Electronics Co. will hold a very Apple-like event to unveil its latest smartphone in New York today. The Korean company will take the wraps off the Galaxy S4 at Radio City Music Hall and stream the event live on video screens in Times Square.
Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker , announcing his strategy for the first time since taking the helm, plans a deeper push into software and the expanding market for computing delivered via the Web.
Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to introduce a cloud-computing service and will increase its quarterly dividend, early efforts by Chief Executive Officer Leo Apotheker to boost sales and reverse a share-price decline.
Apple Inc.’s Steve Jobs , a year after getting a liver transplant that saved his life, is back at work full tilt, overseeing product development, leading a campaign against Adobe Systems Inc.’s Flash and endorsing a California law that promotes organ donations.