Have you dreamed of talking one-on-one over coffee to the Apple’s Chief Executive? Well, it is possible if you bid on a fundraising campaign.
A fund raising campaign is now heating up online as the bids in Charitybuzz website hits more than $200,000 for a chance to have a chat with the man responsible for the operation of Apple Inc., Tim Cook.
As of 10am today in the Charitybuzz, the bidder using the name “TheiPhone911″ is currently leading with a huge bid. The auction is still on going and still has 19 more days . . . → Read More: Bid for Coffee Date with Tim Cook Hits more than $200,000
On Monday, the Chief Executive of Tumblr David Karp and the Chief Executive of Instagram Kevin Systrom have given a few clues on the steps their services will be taking or not taking at a San Francisco conference.
According to Systrom, he was not really affected on the issue that Twitter will be adding up photo filters to its service. It is known that Systrom has previously sold his photo-sharing site to Facebook. Instagram, according to Systrom, is said to owe some of its accomplishments to letting people change the appearance of their photos through the use of filters.
In . . . → Read More: Instagram and Tumblr CEO talks
On September, Microsoft and Nokia will hold a joint media event when they are projected to launch the very first smartphone of Microsoft — Windows Phone 8. This is a week before it is regarded the announcement of Apple’s iPhone5.
On Wednesday, the Chief Executive of the Finnish company, Stephen Elop remarked that the company would disclose their new smartphone with the use of the recent smartphone software from Microsoft.
Apple’s iPhone5 is alleged to have 4G capacities and a larger screen, anticipated to be launched this coming September 12 in a San Francisco event of the company.
The two . . . → Read More: A joint media event for Nokia and Microsoft
The New York Times reported that Motorola Mobility is planning to cut down its workforce by twenty percent and shut down almost a third of its offices all over the world.
According to the new Chief Executive of Motorola, Dennis Woodside, as the company is planning to go out from unprofitable markets, end the making of low-end devices and gadgets, and just focus on a small quantity of cellular phones instead of dozens, they will be cutting off their workforce. One-third of the four thousand jobs will be coming from their departments in United States.
The company also plans to . . . → Read More: Motorola Mobility to cut off its workforce and offices by 20%
Dell Inc. stated it would probably acquire the technology-security firm SonicWall Inc., the computer manufacturer’s newest struggle to broaden beyond its common hardware businesses.
The firms did not expose the amount Dell agreed to pay out, but individuals knowledgeable about the issue valued the offer about $1.2 billion. One of them stated that the cost bundled SonicWall’s financial debt.
In 2010, private-equity company Thoma Bravo LLC guided a team that took SonicWall private in an offer priced at $717 million. The acquistion company noted in Tuesdayt that SonicWall’s worth has substantially elevated ever since . . . → Read More: Dell Expands Business With Acquisition of SonicWall