Red Hat's CFO boasted the software company has achieved sequential revenue growth every quarter for the last 51 straight quarters.
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National Australia Bank has seen a decline in its cash earnings for the 2014 full year to September 30, 2014, but the bank remains confident that its technology strategy will help drive success.
Google's hardware strategy is in tatters after huge losses. Will Larry Page find his voice and face Wall Street analysts at the Q4 earnings call?
While this week's earnings report was all about Windows 8, Intel also has a new networking strategy to disclose.
Competitive Asian market, poor performances and growing "cost headwinds" mean investors should think twice before injecting funds in region's IT firms, says investment exec.
update Japanese IT vendor planning to buy Big Blue's point-of-sales terminal business for US$850 million, to strengthen its cloud computing services, and aims to close deal by the summer, report states.
Survival of ailing phonemaker Research In Motion hinges on ability to tap emerging global markets including Asia, especially with impending rollout of BlackBerry 10 devices.
Makible and Awesome Ship among local startups tapping geographic, cultural and financial resources to push new products and services, including mainstream 3D printer and push-notification product delivery app.
Kazuo Hirai vows to make tough decisions to trim costs in efforts to revive beleaguered Japanese electronics company, with focus on networking content and gadgets.
Online retail giant's profits tumble despite strong Kindle sales due to increasing operating costs in fourth quarter, which exceeded increase in revenue over same period.
Companies offering services for free face difficulties such as inconsistent performance metrics and moving customers to paid model, note market analysts, who add that these will affect IPO feasibility of such businesses.
With lowered full-year earnings forecast, bookseller considering separation of Nook business to capitalize on devices' increased sales and demand for digital content.
Smartphone shipments nearly double as Taiwanese handset maker's third quarter earnings shoot up to record numbers. But HTC says fourth-quarter growth expected to be flat, if not negative.
Best performers in this year's Interbrand international index hail from IT sector, with Apple soaring 58 percent in brand value and HTC's entry into top 100 a first for a Taiwanese company.
The IT services market in India is expected to grow 18 percent from 2010 and reach US$15 billion by 2014, according to new forecast.
Hewlett-Packard is widely expected to deliver better than expected fiscal first quarter earnings, but the conference call will be closely watched for tone, hints about software strategy and other nuggets from new CEO Leo Apotheker.
Company gets boost from momentum in virtualization, reports a 37 percent jump in revenue in the fourth quarter.
Software and mainframe sales powered IBM’s fourth quarter as results topped estimates across the board.
Amazon's third quarter topped projections and the company's fourth quarter revenue outlook is better than expected. Amazon's fourth quarter operating profits, however, look light.
Intel's third quarter earnings conference call could be summed up in one word: Tablets. CEO Paul Otellini talks tablet strategy. Is the plan credible?
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