Yelp as we reported its earlier plans to lists its stock on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in its upcoming IPO – the company previously filed for an IPO in November 2011 – an IPO which is projected to be as large as $100 million seems setting its terms for March offering, WSJ reports. The online-review service on Thursday set a price range of $12 to $14 per...

What it have been said to be a case of “misconduct” or what else even when especially the behaviour is restricted – Google and several prominent online advertising networks have been caught circumventing Safari and Mobile safari security restrictions. The WSJ reported that search giant and other major online advertising networks have been using a workaround...

Amazon, an American multinational electronics commerce company and the world’s largest online retailer saw its ratings downgraded by Morgan Stanley on Thursday results in fall in share price. The downgrade was done on account about competition from Apple and slowing sales growth, Reuters reports. Followed by the same, Amazon saw a fall of share price by 4.1 percent...

Seems like Apple and China combination is not working out for the company much – the iPhone maker getting a second straight loss – but wait this time it is not on the “trademark” issue, as the company is already plunges out on its iPad trademark in the country – but the company is losing its shine on its share on iPhone – Apple’s share of China’s booming...

Chinese search engine Baidu posted its fourth quarter earnings with the revenue up to $711 million, up by 82.5 percent, net income up by 77 percent. Revenues in the fourth quarter of 2011 were RMB4.474 billion ($710.9 million), an 82.5% increase from the same period in 2010. Net income for the quarter was RMB2.054 billion ($326.3 million), a 76.9% increase from 2010....

Google+ when comes to engage more users on its network is always ready to do a lot of things – sometimes “just” experiments – and sometimes branding experiments – Brands on Google+ reportedly are seeing tremendous growth in followers numbers – Google+ which was famously chosen by brands as a way to do promotion when its launch – on the whole this is...

Seems like China is the foreland for the trademark disputes these days – first Apple which is under “huge dispute” against the iPad trademark case against Proview over which the firm asking for a proper compensation from Apple – moving in the same line-up – another international company as well as known as the world’s largest social networking giant – Facebook too will face questioning regarding the legitimacy of its intellectual property in the country. Social media giant since from back in 2006 started registering its...

Shenzhen Proview Chairman Yang Rongshan states that if Apple wants to use iPad trademark in China, they have to pay a proper compensation, Dow Jones reports. “If we are not compensated properly, then Apple doesn’t use the iPad trademark in mainland China,” said Yang, who is also the main shareholder of Proview International Holdings Ltd., a Hong...

The yummy Ice Cream Sandwich or Android 4.0 still seems to be farthest for the Asus users who are waiting for the same for quite some long time – looks like at first instance Google is still not in the sigh of giving permissions that allow ASUS to come up with its Android 4.0 update – ASUS’s Singapore arm announced that the Android 4.0 update for its first Transformer tablet now likely to come somewhere around now and next month – which was earlier reported to come around mid-February (this month). Asus earlier stated that the...

As a recent Google patent application shows that the search giant aims to acquire some device-unlocking IP of its own – instead of following the suit that Apple is claiming on Samsung over its newest lawsuit battle, in which it alleges devices which infringe upon its slide-to-unlock patent. The application titled “Input to Locked Computing Device” states: The...