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After a subpar showing during the second quarter, the company returns to beating Wall Street's predicted targets.
Shifting from the Creative Suite license business to Creative Cloud subscriptions made plenty of customers angry, but it made plenty of investors happy.
Analysts expect Microsoft's quarterly revenue to climb about 7 percent, a sluggish performance by the software giant.
CNET has tested the Sprint iPhone 4S' talk time battery life to see if Apple's promise of 8 hours can hold up.
The carrier says its subscriber base has shrunken by 50,000 people. However, customers using 3G or 4G smartphones are up year over year.
Google's Android Market is destined to be bigger than Apple's App Store in just a few months, according to new research from Distimo. Google has already beaten Apple in terms of the number of free apps it offers in its store.
Company once again beats expectations, pulling in $24.67 billion in revenue during its most recent quarter. It sold 18.65 million iPhones, 3.76 million Macs, and a less then expected 4.69 million iPads.
The mobile carrier suffers a loss of customers in the fourth quarter compared with gains a year ago and in the third quarter. T-Mobile USA head Philipp Humm says "any turnaround will take time."
Tests from CNET Labs shows that the iPhone 4 delivers on Apple's battery promises and offers more juice than previous iPhone models.
The 2008 Suzuki XL7 Limited succeeds in its mission as a well-equipped crossover with a segment-leading price tag. Its fuel economy leaves something to be desired, but its tech offerings are impressive for a sub-$30K car.
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