Chinese PC maker Lenovo posted a 36 percent year-over-year growth in its net profit in the third quarter, with demand for the company's smartphones and tablets continuing to outpace shipments for its PC products.
Workers at four Dell suppliers in China are allegedly enduring long overtime hours and facing exposure to toxic fumes, according to new reports from watchdog groups.
Familiar names are among those in the running to replace Steve Ballmer as chief executive of Microsoft, according to a Reuters report.
Apple plans to build a components plant in Mesa, Arizona, that will run entirely on renewable energy.
IT hosting company Rackspace is upgrading its OpenStack-based servers across the board with faster processors as well as more memory and network bandwidth.
Acer CEO J.T. Wang is resigning from his post at the Taiwanese PC maker and will be replaced by president Jim Wong as part of a corporate restructuring that will try to revitalize the company's sagging fortunes.
In a bid to help soldiers transition from the military to civilian life, Microsoft is offering a free IT training for soldiers in the military, plus a job.
Marin County, California, has spent at least $30 million on the SAP project, which dates to 2006, and had at one point pursued $35 million in damages.
Research firm IDC says it expects a 5.7 percent growth rate globally for software revenues for 2013.
Chinese search giant Baidu's profit was flat in the third quarter because of expenses on marketing its mobile services and investing in research.