It would be foolhardy to proclaim the death of the PC in a year in which Windows 7 was key to record quarterly sales for Microsoft. The rise of the iPad isn't the only big story from 2010.
Tech stocks hit a yearly high in U.S. markets Thursday as industry watchers pored over upbeat reports about server shipments and online spending, but ongoing...
Strong earnings, online ad spending and two Internet IPOs this week highlighted underlying strength in the tech sector despite worries about the economy.
Word of slowing growth from Cisco put the brakes on the tech rally in the markets, but Lenovo results and forecasts for the mobile, online and consumer...
Spurred by a Federal Reserve plan to buy bonds, U.S. exchanges hit their highest point since 2008 Thursday, with technology vendors riding high.
Microsoft, SAP, BMC and other software vendors reported healthy earnings this week, indicating that corporate spending on IT remains strong despite continuing...
Apple, IBM, EMC and AT&T turned in solid and in some cases record earnings this week, indicating a strong end to the year for tech.
Google, Intel and Advanced Micro Devices earnings this week bolstered tech shares even as concerns about PC sales and financial companies weighed on markets.
HTC, Samsung and Micron earnings put the spotlight on hardware and components, which face a slowdown in the last few months of the year.
Apple, Oracle, Google, IBM and other tech bellwethers helped fuel U.S. markets to an unusually impressive end to the third quarter.
Red Hat, Tibco and Apple helped buoy technology investor confidence this week even as economic concerns caused volatility in the markets.
IBM announced Monday that it will acquire Netezza for approximately $1.7 billion in cash in an effort to expand its business analytics offerings.
Oracle and RIM earnings, HP's acquisition of ArcSight and good economic news this week helped boost excitement and investor confidence in the tech sector.
Good macroeconomic news boosted the markets this week but tech stocks are still down for the year.
HP and Dell results failed to spark a rally in tech stocks.