Intel and Advanced Micro Devices Thursday announced that they have settled all antitrust litigation and patent cross license disputes between the companies.
Steve Ballmer took the stage in New York Thursday, taking on the role of chief salesman in a day of worldwide launch events.
Motorola reported Thursday that disappointing mobile device sales led to a loss for the second quarter.
Macroeconic concerns weighed on the tech sector this week, but individual companies managed to give investors some cheer.
An Iowa district court judge Wednesday granted preliminary approval to a settlement in one of the last class-action lawsuits faced by Microsoft.
Bill Gates sits down with Marc Ferranti of IDG News Service to talk about what Microsoft dubs "connected entertainment" and other issues.
Amid ongoing scandal, Patricia Dunn will step aside as HP chairman after the board's January meeting.
Market buzz around Apple renewed, as better news about chip companies helped break a broad market losing streak.
How high can Google Inc. fly? That was the question of the day for technology investors as company shares cracked the US$400 mark, in a generally upbeat market led by Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) and other IT companies.
Earnings reports from a few brand-name tech companies last week helped cushion worries about the U.S. job market, geopolitical concerns affecting oil prices, and a weak start for trading in the new year. Still, overall investor confidence seemed shaky through most of last week.
Adding to Microsoft Corp.'s legal concerns in a week of antitrust action for the company, the Nebraska Supreme Court Friday gave the green light for further procedures in a consumer class-action case that had previously been blocked by state courts.
Articles by Marc Ferranti