In his final speech as CEO at a Microsoft shareholder meeting, outgoing CEO Steve Ballmer fired a shot across the bow of those who are rumored to be thinking of splitting the company into component parts and selling some of them.
Social Power debuted today to give consumers a louder voice. This “interactive resolution platform” is intended to address the everyday issues of consumers.
Guest Post What we’re seeing today is not a swingback to the enterprise with the add-on of consumer models. What we’re seeing today is a swingback to more diversified revenue models and a refreshing change to the traditional go-to-market approaches … a head fake if I ever saw one.
Euclid lets brick-and-mortar businesses track consumer behavior to find actionable insights.
Online insurance agency Consumer United forms consumer groups to access deals and discounts on insurance.
To reach the young and tech-savvy market, Green Dot has released a new app that lets users open and manage their checking account from a smartphone.
Lithium Technologies discloses $5.6 million, likely behind its recent acquisition of Social Dynamx.
Customer intelligence and marketing platform Emailvision raises $30M
Sponsored Post At the 2011 MobileBeat conference, Qualcomm vice president of product management Raj Talluri discusses the chip maker’s focus on benefiting the end consumer.
There’s not much future in online office-suite apps, like the ones Microsoft and Apple offer, if you believe Box.net chief executive Aaron Levie.
Apple’s iPad tablet may be a popular consumer device, but it will ultimately fail in the enterprise world, said Andy Lark, Dell’s global head of marketing for large enterprises in a story published by Australian CIO magazine yesterday. Dell on the other hand will ultimately win because of the company’s enterprise approach, he said.