BlackBerry reports a smaller-than-expected first-quarter loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other initiatives started to pay off.
RadioShack's first-quarter loss widened and revenue slumped as the retailer dealt with weakness in its mobile business and consumer electronics.
Conn's posted better than expected quarterly results, offering a glimmer of hope amidst the sorry state of America's big consumer electronics retailers.
Apple shares glimpses of how it plans to tackle digital health and the connected home at its Worldwide Developer's Conference.
Apple is buying more flair, swagger and song-picking savvy with its $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, a headphone and music streaming specialist.
Facebook agrees to buy virtual reality headset maker Oculus VR for $2 billion, making it one of the most peculiar acquisitions in the social network's 10-year history.
After more than a decade of ducking evidence of a serious safety problem with more than a million GM cars, the company's recently named CEO tries to get in front of the issue.
RadioShack scored a viral hit last month with its Super Bowl ad, but its five-point revitalization plan is a far more difficult goal to accomplish.
Here are some stocks that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Two new LeapPads that are more like real tablets weren't enough to lure kids and parents who now are just using ... well, real tablets. And its earnings show it.
Microsoft revealed last week that it more than doubled the sales numbers for its Surface tablets last quarter. But neither Apple nor Android have much cause to worry.
When you pay more money for a top-shelf, brand-name item, you expect it to be better than a cheaper product. Usually, that's true. For these 3 "premium" brands,...
Gamestop's holiday season delivered a lump of coal to investors, and it's only going to get worse. Every trend in gaming points to trouble for the retailer's business model.
Some common experiences are likely to get makeovers in 2014 -- how you dine out, enjoy a day at a theme park, and even interact with your smartphone.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show rarely disappoints when it unveils new gear and gadgetry. Here are a few of the items that are turning heads.
AT&T plans to give cash-strapped consumers options to save money on mobile data fees, while offering sponsors a new way to entice consumers to use their services.
If paying $100 or so for an extended warranty for your new electronic gadget will help you sleep at night, then it's probably money well spent.