BlackBerry reveals the Silver Edition Passport -- the same strangely-shaped phone but with a shiner case, a few small tweaks and a higher $549 price tag.
The new OS made a small gain in February from January's 2.3 percent, but it is still in fourth place behind the three top dogs: Windows 7, Windows XP, and Windows Vista.
The Finnish mobile phone giant posted a $1.7B net loss as it undergoes extensive restructuring to better compete with rivals Apple, Google and Samsung. Things don't look great, but it still has a chance.
Research In Motion maintains its usual upbeat comments even as its profits and revenue tumble away.
Sony's earnings shine light on a poor quarter for its gaming division. Nintendo's Wii also took a big hit, with unit sales cut in half compared with last year.
Other than that, the specs are lackluster at best.
Board issues statement supporting Apple CEO just before company reports solid increases in revenue, profit, and shipments of Macs and iPods.
The search giant is flirting with the $300 barrier. Can it keep up with investors' expectations?
USA Networks is set to become USA Interactive, now that the company has sold its entertainment unit to Vivendi Universal, showing a focus on its Internet and commerce holdings.
Investors are short on holiday cheer as a report says U.S. consumer confidence fell for the fifth straight month and a bustling shopping season seems unlikely.