Yahoo Executive Gets $58 Million As Severance Pay Henerique De Castro, Yahoo’s CEO was fired recently and has been given a $58 million severance package for leaving the company, albeit he only worked there for about 15 months. It was a regulatory filing made on Wednesday that disclosed this information and has given rise to more second-guessing as to why de Castro was employed by Yahoo’s chief executive officer Marissa Mayer in 2012 to play the role of her second-in-command.
Zuckerberg Calls Obama About the NSA Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, the biggest social network of the world, stated that he had placed a call to President Barrack Obama for expressing his frustration over what he claims is long-lasting damage that was caused by the surveillance programs of the US government.
Google Glass Saves Life of Patient in Boston Google’s wearable technology could turn out to be an integral part of medical care in the near future as the device has already been credited for saving the life of a patient in the United States. Doctors from Boston were wearing a beefed up version of Google Glass and were immediately able to access the files of a patient suffering a severe bleeding in brain last January when the clinical trials ..
Microsoft Renames Nokia Business to Microsoft Mobile As per the email, the company said that once this transaction is completed, the responsibility of their contractual relationships for the products and services concerning the business as well as their personal data would be assumed by a Microsoft Finnish affiliate. It further stated that Microsoft was also concerned deeply about the privacy of the users and the protection of their personal information.
California Motorist Cleared in Google Glass Case The world is no stranger to developments and the latest one that seems to be becoming a trend is that of wearable devices. Several technology companies like Samsung Electronics, Sony Corp and Apple Inc. are working on introducing their own line of wearable devices that will help in improving the quality of life.
Google Agrees to Concessions to Settle EU Antitrust Case Amongst the other battle that it faces, Google Inc. managed to clear out an important EU antitrust case when it agreed to terms with European officials over the allegations that the company had abused its dominance as a search engine to promote its over services as compared to that of its competitors.