The iWatch, Apple's long-awaited wearable computer, is doing to tech what LeBron James just did to basketball. Allow us to explain...
Microsoft is laying off 18,000. Google lands a new board member. LinkedIn becomes stickier. SanDisk has problems. And Sirius XM is buying back stock.
They make for strange bedfellows, but Apple and IBM, which once competed in the personal computer era, are now teaming up in the digital age.
Tech behemoths Apple and IBM announce a partnership that could make Apple -- traditionally a consumer brand -- a major player in the business market.
Microsoft is planning its biggest round of job cuts in five years as the software maker looks to integrate Nokia Oyj's handset unit, a report says.
Earnings reports come this week from two big banks (Citigroup and Bank of America) and two search giants (Yahoo! and Google).
Shares of Apple have hit another 52-week high, with buzz for larger iPhones and the long-rumored iWatch, but a new fight may be brewing with Microsoft.
Smartphones are getting bigger and bigger screens, and it's not just to make it easier to play "Candy Crush Saga." Tablet makers, watch out.
Software maker Oracle is Micros Systems, which provides software and hardware to the hospitality and retail industries, for about $5.3 billion.
BlackBerry's earnings report was actually better than expected - but it's still headed for the dustbin of history. Which OS will tumble next?
Amazon unveils a new smartphone called the Fire Phone that's smaller than the leading Google Android phone, but larger than Apple's iPhone.
Oracle is in talks with Micros Systems to buy the software maker for retailers and hotel chains for more than $5 billion, a report says.
Bitcoin is in danger of losing its credibility as an independent payment system because of the growing power of a group that runs the computers behind it.
Rumors suggest that Apple will introduce an iWatch this fall, but it may be too late to matter in a once-promising niche.
It's almost summer, and the spotlight is on fun, including a cheaper Xbox One, a huge gaming convention and a new installment in a movie franchise.
Apple shares glimpses of how it plans to tackle digital health and the connected home at its Worldwide Developer's Conference.
The discovery model for iTunes Radio isn't working well, so Apple is betting big -- $3 billion big -- on Beats and premium streaming music.