Goldman Sachs recommended selling Microsoft shares, as other analysts downgraded the stock. At least one analyst is more upbeat about Microsoft's chances, though.
Despite no plans to hit the U.S., the ZTE Nubia Z5 quad-core specs are still impressive.
The iPhone raked in 15 percent of all ad impressions on Millennial Media's services last quarter. It was followed by the BlackBerry Curve with 4.44 percent.
The case maker is reportedly making 50,000 cases for the upcoming iOS-based device, though there's no telling if it's the new iPhone.
The computer and printer maker posts strong results for the first quarter of 2010. CEO is upbeat about the quarter and the company's prospects for the rest of the year.
Even though it was announced late last year, we didn't get a chance to get a hands-on with the Casio Brigade until at CES 2010 at the Casio booth. The Brigade is a tough new rugged phone from Casio that also has a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging.
One doesn't save as much money as you might think by shifting from paper to electronic form.
Shares of the search giant drop in after-hours trading after the company's fourth-quarter results miss analysts' forecasts, despite 51 percent rise in revenue.
The Net was the best thing that ever happened to 1-800-Flowers, and CEO Jim McCann figured that out early on--that's one reason why his company flourished before, during and after the cybermeltdown of 2001.
The Internet was the best thing that ever happened to 1-800-Flowers, and CEO Jim McCann figured that out early on--that's one reason why his company flourished before, during and after the cybermeltdown of 2001.