For you tech junkies and your reading pleasure we have news about billion dollar mergers, the monster case between Apple and Samsung, what Gen Y looks for when seeking jobs, the fall of at home inkjet printers, and yet another cool feature from Google. Let us know if we forgot anything important.
This week IBM ramps up to take on Salesforce. Spending 1.3 Billion is cash to acquire Kenexa, maker of cloud-based recruiting and talent management software.
The jury is in.. surprisingly in Apples favor. Is the case finally closed? You’ll be shocked to find out how much its going to cost Samsung… or is it? Check out the 2 links below to get this weeks latest battle update of the two monster tech companies.
Smaller companies, social media use, flexibility, and an entrepreneurial spirit, that is what the Gen Y is looking for. The study conducted by the software provider Pay Scale shows that nearly half of all young job seekers are working for companies of less the 100 employees.
As a result of growing popularity of smartphones and tablet computers that make it easier to store and retrieve content from anywhere with an Internet connection, computer printers are used up to 40% less frequently, especially at home. Find out what this means for Lexmark’s inkjet business and 13% of its employees.
Just when you thought the Google home page was too boring for the front runner in cool tech stuff, they make a sneaky little change that makes it even better. Check out what they have done with the ‘I’m Feeling Lucky” button.
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