Revenues fell off a cliff and losses mounted in its latest earnings report, and Sharp warned its ability to continue as a "going concern" is in doubt.
The social network's shares are down nearly 8 percent today, currently hovering around $29 a share. That's far off from the recent IPO price of $38.
The midrange Panasonic TC-PS2 series of plasma TVs still offers very good image quality for the price, though it's not without its performance gaffes.
Citrix is landing big deals and riding technology trends ranging from desktop virtualization to mobility to cloud computing.
Say hello to the Nokia E6 and its Qwerty keyboard, tiny touchscreen and month-long battery life.
The gadgets will be running Symbian Anna, which Nokia says will be the standard on a number of upcoming phones, even as Windows Phone 7 looms on the horizon.
The Micro Four Thirds universe gained two quality, fast aperture, prime focal length lenses that go along with the new Lumix GF1 camera and its retro rangefinder styling cues.
Chip giant Qualcomm says it is seeing a pickup in chip demand. Separately, two chip industry research firms say graphics chips shipments rose in the first quarter.
What's unclear is how much SAP's software revenue slide is attributed to the economy versus pushback from customers annoyed with maintenance fees.
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