Apple is offering to re-price stock options granted erroneously to employees between 1997 and 2002 to protect them from income tax liability.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Thursday questioned how entrepreneurial rival Google really is.
Intel's new energy-efficient quad-core Xeon processor will ship Monday.
Apple's chief financial officer predicted strong sales for the upcoming Apple TV and iPhone products and an investment conference Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd said Monday the technology company's cost structure is still too high, despite the strong profitability.
On Friday VMware released a second beta of its Fusion virtualization software for Mac OS X.
Tech industry executives pushed for US patent reform at a Tech Policy Summit in San Jose, California.
Hewlett-Packard posted net income of $1.5 billion, or 55 cents a share, up from 42 cents a share a year ago, in fiscal first quarter 2007 results reported Tuesday.
Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer said Thursday that sales forecasts for its new Vista operating system may be "overly aggressive."
Apple's Steve Jobs approved Pixar stock options for "Toy Story" director John Lasseter that may have been improperly backdated, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Three years after being bought by EMC, VMware is going public.
Bryan Lee, the Microsoft executive who helped bring the Zune MP3 player to market, is leaving the company.
The state of California has dropped charges against a figure in the HP pretexting case who pleaded guilty to similar federal charges.
California has agreed to drop state charges against investigator Bryan Wagner in the HP spying case because he pleaded guilty to similar federal charges.
Turnover in the US Attorney's Office in San Francisco doesn't affect its ability to investigate stock options backdating cases, a spokesman said.