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?
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Is Nice, but No iPhone Killer
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is a great phone with top-shelf specs, but it's no iPhone-killer.
Microsoft’s Price Cut for Windows 8.1 Was the Wrong Move
Microsoft is reportedly reducing its licensing fee for Windows 8.1 by 70% to try to gain ground against Google’s Chromebooks. Is this desperate effort too little, too late?
The Timing of Nokia Android Phones Is All Wrong
The notion's a good one: targeting the emerging smartphone market with the world's most popular OS. But the Finnish manufacturer's decision raises serious questions.
Intel Is Aiming for “Complete Partnerships”
With the X86 power myth busted, Intel tries to take the next step as a potential long-term winner in smartphones.
Lenovo Group Ltd: Taking Short-Term Pain For Long-Term Gain
Lenovo's twin purchases of IBM's server business and Google's handset business will launch a new leg of growth for this under-appreciated company.
Can Intel Shift Wallet Share Back to the PC Industry?
While the Ultrabook specification from Intel raised the bar on high-end PCs, the low end of the PC market is still a wasteland.
Galaxy S5 Release Is Moment of Truth for Samsung Story
The importance of next week's Galaxy S5 event isn't the smartphone itself, but rather what it might tell us about Samsung's approach going forward.
Should Investors Worry Apple's Sales May Decline This Quarter?
The market was disappointed with Apple's outlook for sales this quarter. Here's why investors should keep focus on the bigger picture.