The Korean electronics giant, which posted a 25 percent drop in operating profits, says the second half of 2014 "will remain a challenge" as price competition in smartphones hurts profitability.
The computer maker says it expects to take an $8 billion third-quarter charge to write down goodwill for its services unit. It also expects hefty charges tied to HP employees taking early retirement packages.
With less than two weeks before Election Day, the president mingles with two Silicon Valley leaders: Apple's CEO and Google's leader of location-based services.
Apple sells 4.1 million iPads, 14.1 million iPhones, and 3.9 million Macs for another record-setting quarter. iPad sales are lower than analysts expected.
The Motorola Flipside is an Android smartphone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1-inch touch screen, and a trackpad. It will be available for AT&T.
The Motorola Bravo is a slate-style Android smartphone with a 3.7-inch touch screen and it ships with Android 2.1 and MotoBlur.
Research in Motion reports a solid forth quarter, but it falls short of Wall Street's lofty expectations. BlackBerry shipments surge.
The troubled phone maker says it is taking steps to trim employee and executive compensation and benefits, ranging from no 401(k) match to a salary freeze in 2009.
Why did typically stable SAP lead the way into the cellar? The normal rules of the high-tech industry's economics may not apply as the overall economy seems to unravel.
The Nokia 5800 is a touch-screen phone with a high-end music player and a 3.2-megapixel camera.