April 20, 2011
Financial reports and revenue forecasts for the four high-tech giants suggest that corporate upgrades and investments are gaining steam.
"Cloud computing" helps drive tech spending,
April 19, 2011
Looking ahead, Intel predicts second-quarter revenue of $12.3 billion to $13.3 billion. Analysts expected $11.9 billion.
Updated April 13, 2011
The chip giant also introduces processors designed to enable development of fanless, cooler and quieter devices.
An Intel Atom processor
April 5, 2011
The deal is the latest example of consolidation among big players in the technology world as trends such as the explosion in smartphones have shaken up the competitive landscape. Longtime foes have joined forces while friendships have frayed as the boundaries between companies' business lines have blurred.
January 14, 2011
Companies, many of which froze their technology budgets during the Great Recession, are buying new servers for their data centers and PCs for their workers as their business prospects have brightened.
January 10, 2011
GSK vs. 60 Minutes; changes at the top at tekelec; highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show; and much, much more tech and life science news.
Updated January 5, 2011
IBM has made eight deals since July 1. Buyers also include Red Hat, HP, Cisco, Oracle, EMC and Intel.
December 6, 2010
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December 3, 2010
However, sales are flat in October at $26.3 billion, the same as in September.
November 18, 2010
Applied Materials Inc., one of the world's biggest makers of equipment for manufacturing computer chips, more than tripled its net income in the latest quarter and topped Wall Street's forecasts as semiconductor companies poured more money into upgrading their factories, despite wobbliness in the personal computer demand.
Updated November 12, 2010
The move to raise its dividend Friday provided a counterpoint to Cisco's weak projections that rattle stock markets.
October 31, 2010
Big Blue teams with researchers in Europe to find ways to reduce “phantom” energy use by idle electronic, other devices.
IBM targets energy vampires
October 30, 2010
The deal comes days before Microsoft rolls out its new ‘Kinect’ body movement-sensing controller for Xbox 360.
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Updated October 20, 2010
The LED lighting manufacturer reports a profit of 60 cents per share, or 8 cents higher than analysts forecast. However, revenue comes in at $268.4 million while analysts had expected $277.7 million.
Updated October 19, 2010
Barclays sets a price target of $52 per share, citing growing competition. That's well under the consensus target of other analysts.