Automotive News reports on which automotive platforms see the largest use.
Mobile technology company posts solid earnings for the third fiscal quarter of 2011, barely topping Wall Street expectations.
Oracle reports second-quarter earnings of $1.87 billion, or 37 cents a share, and says its Exadata pipeline is nearing the $2 billion mark.
As gas prices soar, more and more drivers are realizing that a few minutes online can really pay off at the pump.
At less than $20, don't expect much other than geometry.
The journal Nature says the open-access encyclopedia is about as accurate as the old standby.
The server giant says its most recent quarter was "particularly difficult" and forecasts it will post a significant loss.
Buoyed by improvements in its computing businesses, Hewlett-Packard reports quarterly earnings and revenue that top analysts' expectations, but sees more layoffs ahead.
Blowing past analyst expectations, as well as its main competitor, Expedia posts a better-than-expected quarter to take over the top spot among online travel agencies.