Less than a year after being taken over by Microsoft, enterprise social network Yammer is proving that the $1.2 billion (£790 million) deal may have been a good investment after all.
We round up the top stories on ITProPortal today, with an emphasis on some of the major Mobile World Congress 2013 happenings.
We recap some of the topnews and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week, and look ahead to next week's Mobile World Congress.
German antitrust authorities are looking into an Amazon policy that prevents third-party retailers participating in the Marketplace platform from selling their goods at a cheaper price elsewhere.
Nearly two years after taking over Skype, Microsoft has grown the unit, which also includes its corporate instant messaging and voice calling service Lync, to almost $2b in yearly sales.
LG Display has announced that it plans to invest heavily in establishing a next-generation display panel production line.
An “overwhelming percentage” of US-targeted cyber attacks that originated in China have been traced to a Chinese military building.
Apple is preparing to release its own smart watch contender - but is it a gadget that consumers actually want?
The big stories on ITProPortal today, also with a look at Logitech's new webcam and what Sony's mobile gaming views mean for the PS4.
The wireless audio player firm has unveiled the latest addition to its line-up - a HiFi soundbar designed for home theatre use.
The biggest stories on ITProPortal today, also with an inside look at AV-Comparatives' Austria-based testing labs.
Andrew Denham, a longtime executive with the company, will replace 32-year Panasonic veteran Keith Evans as of 1 April 2013.
New details about the relationship between the two tech giants have been revealed in a Reuters report that tracks their relationship.
The top stories on ITPP today, also with a brand-new app roundup and news of a potential Amazon marketplace for secondhand eBooks.
A recently awarded patent suggests Amazon may be preparing to introduce a marketplace for secondhand digital goods.
US hedge fund manager David Einhorn is suing Apple for failing to distribute more of its $137 billion cash holdings to investors.
The EU has proposed a new set of rules that would require some organisations, including banks and hospitals, to report cyberattacks.
The Japanese company's recovery plan is showing signs of success, with its fourth-quarter results pointing to a reversal of fortunes.
The two companies revealed that they disrupted the operation by shutting down servers used to infect hundreds of thousands of PCs.
Australia’s High Court has ruled that the search giant is not responsible for the content of paid advertisements it displays.
Following months of losses and company-wide restructuring, Zynga has surprised analysts by reporting a fourth-quarter profit.
The buyout takes the company off the publicly traded stock market and into the hands of Michael Dell and investment firm Silver Lake.
The court ruled that online retailers did not break privacy laws by requiring customers paying by credit card to give personal details.
Oracle has said it will acquire the communications hardware company as it expands from software into network equipment.
j2 Global has acquired IGN Entertainment from News Corps in a bid to double its digital media revenues, it has been announced.