2013 could be the year that this premier electric car maker turns a profit.
Companies are increasingly turning to Exact Target for cross-channel marketing.
If Twitter goes public, will it be a boom or a bust?
A major shift in Microsoft's software business model.
Google finally maps North Korea.
While Apple has been dominating the headlines recently, a new report reveals that when it comes to smartphones, Samsung has been owning the market.
With a disappointing quarter fresh under its belt, both Apple and its investors are thinking the same thing right now: What else can be done to maintain its growth profile going forward?
Disney is dreaming up a whole new approach to gaming.
Speculation is already flying about the next iPhone release.
What this Apple sell-off means for investors.
Should you consider buying Facebook again?
Everyone knows Apple has its eye on television, and now the rumor mill is churning.
Netflix's newest deal with Disney looks like a Netflix win. But is it a Disney loss?
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Google is taking a step against its usual philosophy in pursuit of keeping money out of Microsoft's pocket, and in its own.
Is this move home for Apple a political token gesture in domestically bad economic times, or the trial run for a major manufacturing shift?
The last market where Blackberry is still strong.
Apple has finally set a date for the release of its biggest product ever, in the biggest market in the world.
A new relationship between these two hotly debated stocks.
Lenovo is well ahead of Apple in Chinese smartphone market share, and closing in on Samsung quickly.