Kindle Fire HDX: A More Helpful Tablet

The most unusual feature of the Kindle Fire HDX is its Mayday button, but a better help system isn’t exactly the prime reason to buy a new tablet.

Oracle Obtains Judgment in Gray Market Case

Don’t mess with Larry.

Yahoo’s De Castro Begins Reorg of Ad Sales Unit

Can the Henrique Way — that is to say, a version of the Google Way — fix what ails the Silicon Valley Internet giant’s biggest business?

Exclusive: Is Andrew Mason on the Bubble as CEO of Groupon?

Is a boardroom showdown looming for the troubled daily deals company and its affable co-founder?

Ahead of Big Meeting With Analysts, Another “Sell” Rating Appears on HP Shares

With less than a week to go before a key update from HP management, one analyst loses confidence in HP’s turnaround prospects.

Twilio’s New Queue Command Offers Hope to Those in the On-Hold Wasteland

We’ve all been there, waiting too long for help from a company on the phone. A better experience is coming in software.

Silicon Snowbank: A New Incubator for Buffalo to Give Local Start-Ups a Different Set of Wings

Chicken wings, check! Time for tech to take off in the Queen City.

How Is the Itanium Lawsuit Hurting HP? Let Us Count the Billions of Ways.

Yesterday’s document dump by Oracle shines a light on just how profitable the HP’s Itanium business is. Or rather, was.

Is He In or Is He Out? Crunchtime for Scott Thompson at Yahoo.

Waiting for a verdict in trial of ResuMess.

Not So Scott Free? Yahoo’s Other Big Shareholder — Cap Re — Leaning Toward Supporting Loeb Over Thompson ResuMess.

Is the tenure of Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson — who is now big with the excuses — in trouble if other shareholders start to bolt?

SkypeOut: Service Is Down for Millions