Microsoft's mobile strategy needs to be reworked in the right direction
Google's latest quarterly results indicate persistent concerns about its mobile ad prices.
TSMC's deal with Apple is not the only factor working in its favor
Intel's acquisition of Panasonic Corp. as a chip-sourcing customer may just be a temporary shot in the arm.
Oracle is likely to have a hard time ahead with the stiff competition in cloud computing.
Intel's recent feel-good developments are nothing but a temporary shot in the arm for the still troubled company
Qualcomm's recent moves may have been effectively complemented by lessening competition.
Intel's quest for alternate sources of revenue is not likely to lead to major money-spinners.
It's likely to be a long road for HP's quest for growth.
Cisco's lack of any clear strategy to counter its dismal performance in emerging markets remains a distinct point of concern
HP's broader push into cloud computing is likely to be a good attempt at a return to profitability
NVIDIA has a lot going for it at the moment, but it's probably best to watch from the sidelines for now.
Qualcomm's LTE dominance should enable it to reap the benefits of the Chinese network upgrade sooner or later
TSMC's expansion plans could overwhelm the competition.
Intel's healthy gross-margin guidance is unlikely to be a sign of good times ahead
Qualcomm's launch of new high-end 64-bit chips is likely to secure its future dominance.
Oracle's latest quarterly report raised hopes in a number of ways.
Google's foray into the wearable devices segment seems to be a well-planned move to dominate the future tech scenario.
HP's overall poor performance fails to inspire confidence in the company's future.
NVIDIA's GeForce gaming graphics chips and GRID technology should help to make it big in the long term.