Technology in the News: November 2

tech highlightsHP, a Silicon Valley icon, is ready for its break-up
Hewlett-Packard was one of the groundbreaking companies in Silicon Valley. Founded in the late 1930s, it has been a leading computer corporation for decades. However, due to the latest crazes, it can no longer keep up. This weekend, it will split into two companies. What’s next for this IT pioneer?

Google to combine Chrome OS with Android in 2017
Streamlining is the new black. Here’s how Google is planning to update, upscale, and up-cycle its latest productions.

How to win at digital marketing
Considering a career in marketing? Already there and want some pointers? Check out these tips from Mashable Business and see how to up your game!

How Cortana solves the issue of ‘lost in translation’ for small business owners
Translating a small business to the global level is every entrepreneur’s dream. Cortana, the new personal assistant from Microsoft, is making this transition easier than ever.

Skype adds new Snapchat-like video message filters
Competition, competition, competition. Skype is stepping it up and getting back in the social media game. What’s new for the video chat app?

The Un-College That’s Training $100,000 App Developers
AOIT really does have an edge in the real world. “Coder bootcamps” are teaching technology skills like Web and app development for $10,000 and $20,000 for three and six month programs.