- Is VirnetX Holding Corporation a Good Pick After Shares Plunged?
VirnetX shares fell 60% on Tuesday as a federal court slapped a big patent case back to another court to reconsider damages. Is the tide turning against overly ambitious patent managers?
- T-Mobile US, Inc. and Uncarrier 7.0: Are AT&T and Verizon Running Scared?
T-Mobile's latest Uncarrier move brings Wi-Fi calling to most of its subscribers. AT&T or Verizon don't offer anything like it yet.
- Can Netflix, Inc. Break Through Roadblocks In Europe?
Netflix just launched streaming services in France, and will be hitting Germany and four more nations later this week. Is the company really prepared to handle these unique markets?
- Did Apple, Inc. Let Us Down With These 3 Missing iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Features?
Apple's iPhone 6 and Apple Watch are fine pieces of engineering and design and will sell by the millions. But the company still fell short of these three expectations.
- Does it Really Make Sense for Microsoft to Acquire Minecraft?
Minecraft creator "Notch" Persson gave up on an Oculus Rift version when Facebook bought that company. Now, he's reportedly taking Minecraft to another mega-corporation.
- Intel Corporation and 2 Other Tech Stocks Bet Big on Smaller Data Centers
Intel is taking the modern data center to the next level. Believe it or not, hard drive giants Seagate and Western Digital are following the same thrifty strategy.
- BoJack Horseman Will Be Back in 2015. Is Netflix, Inc. Crazy or Just Clever?
"BoJack Horseman" is brash, strange, and downright hard to watch. But viewers who stay for the ride get drawn deeper into the Netflix experience. Season two? Yes, please.
- Global Rights: The "New Normal" for Netflix, Inc.
Netflix is setting a new standard for content licensing agreements: Go global, or don't bother at all.
- Why Aren't These 3 Shows on Netflix Yet?
Netflix has the streaming rights to plenty of proven winners from the annals of TV history. Why aren't these three classics streaming on Netflix yet?
- Netflix, Inc. Summons "Hemlock Grove" for a Third and Final Season
Netflix wants more. Horror master Eli Roth gets one more season to explore the twisted vampires-and-werewolves world of Hemlock Grove.