Oracle's stock fell more than 7 percent in after-hours trading following the company's miss on the top and bottom line.» Read More
Symantec announced plans to split itself into two publicly traded companies as it explores new strategies to spur growth.
Symantec is in advanced talks to split its business in two—one that sells security programs and one that does data storage, Bloomberg reported.
With Cisco reporting earnings after the bell Wednesday, analysts aren't expecting much good news on its Chinese business.
To make the Android system more business friendly, Google is developing a means for separating personal and business phone data. Re/code reports.
Google announced three smartwatches, and software to automate cars, and television.
Oracle is reportedly in talks to buy a software maker Micros Systems for more than $5 billion.
China's government says it will avoid buying computer equipment that runs on Windows 8.
Cisco posted quarterly earnings and revenue that topped expectations Wednesday, sending shares higher in extended-hours trading.
Cheetah Mobile's shares spiked in their market debut, valuing the Chinese security software maker at about $2.2 billion.
A major internet security bug has been discovered, leaving users' financial details and emails vulnerable to theft.
Canadian company FLYHT is trying to convince airlines using its real-time data streaming technology may avoid future mysteries like Flight 370.
One of the big holdups for Office for iPad was was Apple's policy that apps that sell things hand over 30 percent of that revenue to Apple.
There's a lot of disruption on the way for enterprise technology. Here are predictions for 2014 from the founder and CEO of Icreon Tech.
SAP plans to offer cloud software services in China through its joint venture with China Telecom. CNBC's Eunice Yoon spoke exclusively to CEO Bill McDermott for more details.
SAP surprised investors by bucking the industry trend and sticking by its full-year guidance. Steve Watts, President, Asia Pacific says investment in cloud systems and fast-growing markets are paying off.
The ITC ruled that Samsung infringed on portions of two Apple patents on digital mobile devices.
Bernard Charles, CEO of Dassault Systemes, reiterates full year guidance on improving margins and new licences growth and explains why a slowdown in China has not effect on the group.
Jim Hagemann Snabe, Co-CEO of SAP AG, talks about quarterly results, the acceleration of the cloud business and data protection.
David Garrity, principal at GVA Research, expresses doubt over the long-term success of the Blackberry 10 devices ahead of the company¿s first quarter results.
Adobe Systems placed a big bet on the cloud, saying all new versions of its flagship creative software will be delivered by subscription only.