Finally news from the Apple front...Apple iPhone users will be pleased to know that the much awaited mass production of the next generation iPhone, iPhone 5S will start by the end of this month.
The wait for the much-talked about Google Glass Explorer Edition is over as the technology giant is ready to dispatch the first shipment of the product.
Some heartening news for people eagerly awaiting a chance to lay their hands on Microsoft’s Surface RT tablets!! The device will be available to consumers in a number of retail stores by this weekend.
Toyota Motors, the world's biggest car manufacturer, said that production in its factories in Japan is returning back to normal earlier than the prior estimates.
Honda workers in Japanese plants have been asked to take 14 days off in the coming months as production at these factories continues to be disrupted due to the earthquake and tsunami that rocked the country in March.
Worrying that your younger counterparts, who are enthusiastic and vibrant, might take over your jobs sooner or later? Fear not, as a new study has found that older workers are more productive than younger colleagues.
While the devastation caused by the earthquake in Japan is still being assessed, economists have already expressed fears that the disaster in Japan could affect the businesses throughout the world with the most impact on the automobile, machine tools and electronics sector.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has announced that it will be investing $45 million to produce the new Outlander Sport crossover at its Normal plant in Illinois starting from 2012.