Apple's new service is good news for several other tech companies.
The networking high flyer is seeing weak sales in some critical markets.
Competition abounds on both the high-end and low-end.
Partnering with Microsoft is riskier than partnering with Google, but the potential payoff is higher too.
Apple's one-size-fits-all strategy could prove to be a competitive weakness.
The magnitude of the company's earnings beat justifies the stock's recent surge.
Earnings were great, but is the good news now baked in?
The company's fiber lasers are gobbling up market share in a hurry.
A lack of differentiation and a Verizon iPhone could mean falling phone prices.
TV manufacturers have a big incentive to see the platform succeed.
Pay attention to what Steve Jobs does, not what he says.
The best option for both companies is to settle quickly and quietly.
A handful of tech companies are now sporting nosebleed valuations.
The business IT giants are trying to become one-stop shops, and have the cash to make it happen.
The search giant's technical prowess is a major competitive advantage.
Voice-over-IP and messaging services will eat into wireless carriers' revenues.
A tech company's market share often bears little relationship with its profitability.
The July earnings numbers were great, but warning signs also emerged.
Rival tablets might be cheaper than the iPad, but they won't be better.
Microsoft's new anti-competitive complaint.