The social network fared much better than expected with 49 percent of revenue, or $882 million, gleaned from its mobile products.
The BenQ W1080ST short-throw DLP projector offers very good performance and extra placement flexibility, but the long-throw W1070 is a better deal.
The nation's third largest wireless provider, Sprint Nextel continues to struggle as it loses money and customers in the third quarter.
The maker of mobile chips reports record results for its fiscal first quarter and boosts its outlook for the full year, saying it's seeing growing global demand for phones using its processors.
StatCounter says Chrome 15 is the single most popular browser version in the world, overtaking Internet Explorer 8.
Sprint's financial results looked solid, despite continue subscriber losses from its Nextel business. The growth doesn't include the impact of carrying the iPhone, which launched after the third quarter ended.
Flash memory chip supplier reports a net loss of $1.86 billion as it takes steps to reduce output and conserve cash. Demand is down.
Toshiba's basic, inexpensive L2300U series LED LCD TV seems appealing to budget shoppers on paper, but better values are available.
The software company declares its first-ever dividend to spin off excess cash directly to shareholders, but fourth-quarter guidance was a little lighter than expected.
The 5310 and 5610 are the newest Nokia Xpress Music phones, offering similar high-end multimedia and connectivity features to the 5300 and 5700.