The tech market is still not as bad as the dot-com bust, says Forrester's Bartels
The Nasdaq surges as HP, Intel and RIM shares lead the way
Markets faltered Thursday, but the tech sector has focused on good news since last Monday's seven-year low on the Nasdaq
UPDATE: Cisco Monday launched its Unified Computing System, comprising virtualization technology, services and blade servers.
Cisco Monday launched it Unified Computing System.
Shares of technology vendors are bouncing back after hitting a seven-year low Monday, but a sustained comeback is uncertain.
Market analysts this week drastically cut estimates for global hardware and component revenue.
Earnings reports and market surveys this week show that the recession is hurting even tech highflyers like Hewlett-Packard and...
The stimulus package compromise did little to cheer IT investors this week.
Earnings season is winding down, but tech companies of all stripes continue to report fourth-quarter sales declines.
Bad financial news continues with layoffs by SAP, IBM, Sprint, AOL, Citrix, Texas Instruments and Eastman Kodak, as well as...
Google, IBM and Apple offered scraps of good news this week, but for the most part earnings reports were grim.
After another bad week in tech news, it appears all but certain that the IT sector faces a global decline this year.
Microsoft made the Windows 7 beta available for public download Saturday, lifting the limit on the number of users who may test the new OS.