Why Apple Is Worried About Samsung and Google
Samsung smartphones and Google's Android OS continue to outpace Apple's iPhone and iOS and Apple's sales force is worried, according to an internal memo presented in Samsung's court battle with Apple.
Can the PC Industry Fall Farther?
As sales continue to fall for PCs, the semi-death of Windows XP has at least slowed their decline. Can the number recover and does the PC term even have relevance anymore?
Thanks to Microsoft Corporation, PCs Held Up
Windows XP officially died last week, with Microsoft ending support for the aging operating system. The ensuring upgrade cycle within the enterprise boosted PC sales during the first quarter.
Are Apple Inc. and Nike About to Get Even Cozier?
All the latest developments in the tech sector around Apple, Nike, Microsoft, and BlackBerry.
Lenovo Is Aiming to Disrupt the Server Market
Lenovo's planned acquisition of IBM's x86 server business gives the company a 13.9% share of the global server market, and its newfound scale should help the company take on the market leader Hewlett-Packard.
Samsung's Awful Position: Losing Both the High and Low End
With cheaper manufacturers stealing market share on the low end and market saturation on the high end, Samsung is expecting its second consecutive quarter of falling profit.
3 Stocks to Dominate China's Mobile Health Market?
China’s mobile health and health care IT market is forecast to rapidly grow by 2017, but many American companies are sitting on the sidelines because of the confusing, opaque nature of the market. Yet IBM, Microsoft, and Lenovo could still be solid investments in this mysterious market. Here’s why.
Why These New Intel-Powered Phones Are So Exciting
While Intel isn't known for its massive smartphone-market share, a lineup of new budget phones with Intel silicon inside shows a glimpse of Intel's future potential.
Can This Tech Company Expand Further Into the Cloud?
IBM made tons of cloud computing progress last year, but its 2014 plans are even more ambitious.
Will a Windows Phone Price Drop Make a Dent in iPhone and Android?
Despite making headway in international markets, Windows Phone still struggles to increase its global market share. Will new features and an initiative targeting the low end of the smartphone market help it to move more devices?