Apple has put a full stop to an array on speculations and rumors that were circulated few days back that it has sealed the deal with Prime Sense, the 3D sensor company based in Israel. While the reports earlier conveyed that the transaction would cost anywhere between $300 million to $350 million, the actual figure of the transaction was a whopping sum close to $360 million though the real money involved in the deal is not disclosed.
Airbus has entered into a ground-breaking deal with Japan Airlines Co. So, it has managed to enter into a terrain that had been captured by Boeing Co. for a very long time.
The Finnish multinational company,Nokia Oyj, has wrapped up its handset business that it once ruled and dominated. Recent updates from the company's arena is that Microsoft Corp. is in a deal with Nokia to buy NOK1V's handset business for 5.44 billion euros ($7.2 billion).
Good news for the Aircel users!! Wikimedia Foundation has joined hands with Aircel, the Indian mobile operator. The Aircel customers can smile as Wikipedia mobile websites can be accessed free of cost
Two IT services Tech Mahindra and Mahindra Satyam (Satyam Computer Services ) formally completed the official merger on Tuesday. Announcement of the amalgamation comes four years after the Mahindra group acquired fraud-hit Satyam Computer Services.
The company won a lawsuit case against Microsoft in a German court.
Digg, the 'social news' site which was once the poster child for Web 2.0 and valued at up to $175m, has been sold to New York technology development company Betaworks for just $500,000 (£324,000) in cash plus equity.
Finally all speculations have been put to rest. Facebook has announced its acquisition of Israeli facial recognition technology Face.com. The acquisition price was around $100m, with different reports claiming the price to be between $80m-$100m.
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is planning to offer to divest a large chunk of T-Mobile USA to gain clearance from the Department of Justice (DOJ) for its takeover, Bloomberg reported citing a person familiar with the plan.
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Deutsche Telekom AG, the parent of T-Mobile, have withdrawn their applications with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) after the agency's chairman moved to thwart AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA.