While Alibaba prepares for an IPO and continues to boost Yahoo stock, Yahoo sees a bright spot in its key revenue generator -- display advertising.
The game industry rakes in over $1 billion in revenue in September, getting "a much needed shot in the arm" from the latest Grand Theft Auto, says NPD.
Today in the tech marketplace: Twitter got the glory, and Groupon fell apart. But Nvidia was there too.
The company's CFO acknowledges that it felt pressure among subscribers that were sensitive to price.
Yahoo reports earnings of 34 cents per share on revenue of $1.14 billion, down 5 percent from a year ago.
Only 178,000 of the company's 1 million net new customers signed a contract to get a smartphone, with much of its growth coming from tablets and pre-paid customers.
CEO Marissa Mayer cites progress in Yahoo's turnaround strategy after year of loading up on talent via acquisition spree.
Samsung claims fourth through sixth places in Actix's measurements of American and European users. Also: bigger screens and newer phones mean more data use.
It's earnings day. Investors will judge the health of Netflix's business largely by how many U.S. subscribers the company added during the third quarter.
The good news for the company is that it's seeing better-than-expected subscriptions to its Creative Cloud. The bad news is there's a revenue hit during the transition.