Verizon announced this week that it will buy AOL for $4.4 billion dollars. The telecommunications giant says the purchase will allow it to dive deeper into the mobile advertising business. The news also shows how far AOL has come since its disastrous merger with Time Warner in 2001
A new microneedle patch designed at Georgia Tech could make it easier than ever for people to protect against measles. The tiny patch is administered with just the press of a thumb to the skin. Could this be a game changer for vaccines?
Mercedes-Benz plans to lay off 259 employees as it shifts its U.S. headquarters from New Jersey to Atlanta. The company has alerted state officials it issued pink slips to workers in Montvale, NJ who will be laid off at the end of June. The company plans to move to Georgia on July 1.
A year ago, tech industry observers were wondering if the shine was finally off Apple Computer. Sales were down, the company was taking its time releasing new products, and people were wondering if CEO Tim Cook was up to the task of leading the iconic company.
Most people can't imagine living without smartphones or the Internet, let alone without electricity. But even today even in the United States there are still people who live without lights and refrigeration. Many are Native Americans living on tribal reservations.
Delta Air Lines Inc. said Wednesday that first-quarter profit more than tripled as passengers flew more and jet fuel prices fell from a year ago.
The results were slightly better than analysts expected, and the shares gained in trading before Wall Street's opening bell.
Two new reports on cyber security are confirming what many of us suspected about 2014: if you were a so-called black hat hacker, it was a great year. If you were in charge of your company’s security, however, it was a year to forget.