Motorola said Wednesday it would lay off 4,000 workers in a continuing search for profit.
When Palm launches its new type of handset on Wednesday, it could be the industry's first Linux-based smartphone.
HP named two new directors to its board on Friday, including a former chief financial officer of IBM.
Intel has launched its Santa Rosa processor upgrade with a slew of new notebook designs from HP, Dell and others.
The SEC has issued charges of frauduent stock option backdating against former Apple general counsel Nancy Heinen, the agency said Tuesday.
The SEC has agreed to a multimillion dollar settlement with Apple's ex-CFO over stock option charges, according to published reports.
Intel shared new details on its Penryn chips and a new system-on-chip plan to save space and energy at its IDF trade show in Beijing.
Intel posted a profit of $1.6 billion for the first quarter, a rise of 19 percent over that quarter last year.
Dell said Thursday its audit committee found evidence of misconduct and errors in the company's accounting; it will delay filing annual earnings with the SEC.
Intel said Wednesday it plans to upgrade its Core 2 and Xeon chips to a new Penryn model by the end of 2007, including desktop chips running faster than 3GHz.
NBC and News Corp. will launch a video-streaming Web site to challenge Google Inc.’s YouTube, the companies said Thursday.
Amid rumors that the company could be acquired, Palm said Thursday that its third quarter profit had dropped despite strong revenues.
Now that the Apple TV is shipping, Apple has joined the fray of electronics makers who are trying to link up the TV and the PC.
Cisco said Thursday it will acquire Internet-meeting vendor WebEx for $3.2 billion.
A judge dismissed the criminal case against former Hewlett-Packard Chairman Patricia Dunn on Wednesday.