For the first time in years, Apple's iPhones aren't the star of the show. Apple at last unveiled its smartwatch on Tuesday.
Apple says it's planning additional steps to keep hackers out of user accounts and will aggressively encourage users to take stricter security measures.
Microsoft unveils the first of its new range of Lumia smartphones, priced to challenge a market dominated by volume leader Samsung and Apple.
Investors applauded Burger King for buying Tim Hortons, but McDonald's is in trouble in Russia. And sales are down at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Sony's PlayStation 4 hits the magic 10 million in sales. And Microsoft's Xbox One lingers in its rival's dust.
Tax experts say details contained in a regulatory filing suggest Microsoft is using tax shelters to dodge taxes it owes as a U.S.-based company.
Suppliers to Apple are scrambling to get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6, after the need to redesign a key component disrupted panel production.
Apple's stock reaches a new high, reflecting investors' renewed faith in CEO Tim Cook's ability to outwit the competition and introduce popular products.
Apple begins keeping personal data of some Chinese users on servers in China, marking the first time the tech giant is storing user data on Chinese soil.
The latest statistics indicate that the PC decline could be leveling off -- or even reversing. Just ask Apple, Intel, Hewlett Packard and Microsoft.
Microsoft's issues in China conceal a deeper problem. Few people in emerging markets are willing to pay for legitimate copies of its popular software.
Where is Apple's future beyond the iPhone? It's not the iPad or iPod. It could be the long-rumored iWatch. But it can also be the venerable Mac.
Apple asks suppliers to make up to 80 million of its two forthcoming large-screen iPhones by year's end, its largest initial production run of iPhones.
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).