What the $33 Mozilla Firefox Phone Means for Emerging Markets
The $33 Firefox OS-powered Cloud FX -- one of the cheapest smartphones ever -- has just gone on sale in India. What does this mean for Microsoft and Google’s efforts to expand in emerging markets?
What a Standalone $150 Xbox One Kinect Means for Microsoft
Microsoft is now selling the Xbox One Kinect as a standalone device for around $150. Here’s why it was the wrong play.
BlackBerry Passport and the Looming Windows Phone Threat
A big bet on the new handset could help stem expected market share losses in the U.K. and elsewhere.
Tim Cook Admits Apple's $30 Billion Business Is Slowing
Will Apple's second-largest revenue driver reverse course?
Why a $100 Price Cut Can’t Save Microsoft Corporation’s Surface 2
Microsoft just cut the price on all three Surface 2 models by $100. Is this a desperate bid to grow RT’s market share, or a prelude to axing the product?
Oracle Corporation Is On the Wrong End of a $5.5 Billion Obamacare Fiasco
After filing a lawsuit against the state of Oregon following the botched Obamacare website, the tech giant is now on the receiving end.
Huawei Abandons Microsoft's Windows Phone
Huawei recently abandoned Microsoft's Windows Phone. Does this point to larger issues with Microsoft's "hybrid-platform" strategy?