HP's third quarter results are, well, not good. The company is "still in the early stages of a multi-year turnaround," CEO Meg Whitman says.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said the first quarter was solid as the company weathered economic uncertainty and limited capex spending.
The 2012 Ford Fiesta will be available with a sport appearance package and a small revision to its manual transmission.
The browser should be taking a beating in market share during the summer months, but it's not, which doesn't bode well for Internet Explorer's chances.
A change in how Net Applications measures browser share led to an apparent drop for Apple. Safari's growth, though, didn't change.
In what could be a positive sign for online ads, company posts positive quarterly financial results, saying ad sales were recovering while it managed expenses during the economic downturn.
One year after a raucous annual meeting, things should be quieter for Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz at Thursday's shareholder meeting. Still, they'll want to know the plan.
Guilty verdict issued in Pirate Bay file-swapping case. Also, human error blamed for Amazon's delisting of gay and lesbian books, and Google finally feels recession's pain.
Google's net income surpassed analyst expectations as the search giant profited from more searches and more clicks on search ads.
Google's first-quarter results showed the effects of the recession. But the company still made plenty of money to invest in its long-term projects.