Michael Dell clarifies his comment about Apple’s shut down

Dell Inc. Founder Michael Dell has clarified his comment about Apple which was made 15 years back. Michael Dell said that he was taken massively out of context. Michael Dell had made an infamous statement “I’d shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders” 14 years ago when Apple was trading at … Continue reading “Michael Dell clarifies his comment about Apple’s shut down”

Google rolls out “enhanced campaigns” for “AdWords” to simplify ad management for Mobile Devices

Google began upgrading its Advertisers Service “AdWords” with “enhanced campaigns” for advertisers trying to better connect with people accessing the internet on the move with smartphones or tablet computers. i-e Enhanced Campaigns will allow the advertisers to target the mobile device users with more specifics Ads without requiring them to management separate Campaings. Enhanced campaigns … Continue reading “Google rolls out “enhanced campaigns” for “AdWords” to simplify ad management for Mobile Devices”

Dell Goes Private by selling itself for $24.4 Billion

Dell Inc. struck a $24.4 billion deal to take itself private that it called a turning point in efforts to boost its value, even as some shareholders said they are unhappy with the deal’s premium. Founder and CEO Michael Dell—along with Silver Lake Partners—will offer Dell’s holders a per-share price of $13.65 in cash. The … Continue reading “Dell Goes Private by selling itself for $24.4 Billion”

Malala Yousafzai Announces Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Access to Education

Malala Yousafzai has given her first interview since she was targeted and shot by Taliban in October 2012 for her advocacy on behalf of girls’ education The 15-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl activist has launched a fund to help girls in Pakistan receive an education. Malala said that she was getting better “day by day” following the … Continue reading “Malala Yousafzai Announces Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Access to Education”

Twitter confirms that Hackers compromise 250K Accounts.

Microblogging website Twitter has confirmed that unidentified hackers had accessed the website and obtained the data of up to 250,000 of its users. The passwords and personal information such as email addresses of the 250,000 users could have been found by the hackers, twitter blog post explains. Within the last two weeks, the New York … Continue reading “Twitter confirms that Hackers compromise 250K Accounts.”