It's time for investors to decide whether they trust Apple to run the company, or believe--and react to--every rumor that's published.
Apple's Q1 2013 financial data is out, telling us, among other things, how much hardware the technology powerhouse sold over the past quarter. How does this three-month period compare to previous quarters?
Google is setting up a 50 base-station network for its Mountain View HQ, thought to be a way of testing out an experimental network architecture.
Nokia has published its final-quarter and full-year results for 2012. Despite making a €2.3 billion loss for the year, it showed signs of a revival in the last three months.
Contrary to popular belief, there has rarely been a better time to be looking for mobile gadgets.
Canonical is looking to the community to help build apps for its new Ubuntu smartphone OS.
Deloitte has outlined 10 tech trends to watch out for in 2013, but some of them seem past their prime already, while others will require much more time to flourish.
The software giant believes spending by state-owned enterprises will rebound and this, together with its support for China's economic plans and local channel partners, will help grow its Asia business.
Is building trust in Asia different from the West? If it is, how does it impact the way we sign contracts and make regulations?
Blaming a weak global economy on poor financial results, Logitech said that it plans to sell its Harmony remotes division.
Withings has tapped into the public's need to constantly monitor, measure and share data with its Smart Kid Scale, an Internet-connected scale outfitted with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a companion app.
Crafting out a holistic HR policy to factor in considerations such as compensation and career progression is more important than deciding what tech to adopt when deploying the "next-generation workplace".
Big data has been talked up so much that it's about to disappear into a 'trough of disillusionment' according to one tech analyst.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office has fined Sony Computer Entertainment Europe for the PlayStation Network data breach in April 2011, which it says was preventable.
With earnings calls from IBM, Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Yahoo coming this week, what do stock market prices actually say about tech companies? Little of value.
TCS, Infosys, Wipro, and HCL Technologies clock better-than-expected quarterly results and look set to continue the positive trajectory, but they will face fierce competition for US$50 billion worth of mega deals this year.
A new shower nozzle design uses 50 percent less water but feels like a shower with full water pressure.
Banks are forking out more on tech following the global recession in 2008, and their priorities are to improve productivity while affecting a positive business impact to bolster customer trust and engagement.