HONG KONG, July 29- China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's third-biggest smartphone manufacturer, shipped 34.27 million smartphones globally in the first half of 2014, a 62 percent rise from a year before, the company said on Tuesday.» Read More
British police smashed an "audacious" and sophisticated plot to take control of the bank Santander UK's computer systems and steal millions of pounds.
For the two new iPhones, look for a low price on one and fingerprint identification on the other. Plus new colors.
The acquisition of Nokia's device business by Microsoft makes sense economically but it might not do much to help Microsoft compete in the smartphone market.
Microsoft has a stable of senior executives who could be contenders to succeed Chief Executive Steve Ballmer. Here's an assessment of their individual pros and cons.
With the stock market in a summer lull, Wall Street's activist investors are looking downright hyperactive.
Jim Chanos tells CNBC he's betting against Hewlett-Packard—again. "We're still short," he says from the 2013 Delivering Alpha Conference, hosted by CNBC and Institutional Investor.
Dell's special board committee said it welcomes the new proposal from the billionaire investor, who has lined up $5.2 billion to back up his bid for a leveraged recapitalization.
Bob O'Donnell, Program VP, Clients and Displays at IDC, says the market-share trajectory for Lenovo suggests it may outpace HP in 2013.
Gary Jackson, Big Data & Analytics Principal for Growth Markets at CSC, says the future of PCs lies not in mobile, but in wearable technology.
Steve Sedgwick and Geoff Cutmore discuss the shrinking PC market.
Cramer said that with fading prospects for the PC market, Michael Dell should give up his bid for the company he founded and move on.
Some traders are betting big that talk of a turnaround at Blackberry is over-hyped.
The buzz at the South by Southwest festival is all about the gadgets: computers controlled by the wave of a hand, cool new cameras and more.
Google's Motorola Mobility unit is to shed another 1,200 jobs as the smartphone maker tries to return to profitability, Google said on Friday.
Hewlett-Packard's quarterly revenue and forecasts beat Wall Street expectations as it continued to cut costs under CEO Meg Whitman's turnaround plan.
Dell Chief Executive Michael Dell, aiming to clinch a $24.4 billion deal to take the No. 3 PC maker private, has agreed to value his 16 percent stake about 2 percent below the offer price.
Wednesday afternoon the stock spiked after hours on a report that the board was considering a breakup of the company. Hewlett-Packard officially had no comment on the report.
Dan Primack, Fortune; and Carr Lanphier, Morningstar, discuss Dell's plans to sell itself to a buyout consortium, and weighs in on the state of the PC business today.
Apple was downgraded on Monday at R.W. Baird, where the senior equity analyst responsible for the rating just isn't convinced that consensus estimates are correct.
RIM shares rose two percent in pre-market trading after releasing a new system to allow its biggest customers to use its new line of BlackBerry 10 smartphones on their own networks.