It's no secret that handset maker HTC has been struggling in recent months, despite the critical success of its latest Android-based HTC One smartphone. Now it may have another problem, as a high-profile partnership looks toward the exit sign.
Barnes & Noble doesn't quite seem to know how to right its Nook ship -- after abandoning its own hardware, the company's CEO has now gone overboard, leaving analysts to speculate who might come calling to bail it out.
While many users have never forgiven Boxee for killing off its software clients, the company's hardware products continue to duke it out with bigger rivals -- and they've apparently been burning through cash in the process.
Not everyone is happy to take cash from Apple, with a new report claiming Cupertino was turned away in its efforts to invest in a Taiwanese chip maker who also rebuffed an investment from rival Qualcomm.
With their patent battles now behind them, Microsoft has teamed up with Barnes & Noble to spin its NOOK business into an as-yet unnamed subsidiary -- and that $300 million investment will at the very least nab Redmond a cool NOOK app for Windows 8.
As most of you have no doubt seen by now, it has been a wild ride in the stock markets across the globe this week. Despite the volatility, Apple did have a bright spot in that it was able to close today as the world's most valuable company, overtaking Exxon Mobil.