If Nokia doesn't start using Android for its smart phones soon, things don't bode well for the Finnish firm, one analyst reckons.
The Chinese smartphone giant is "considering" buying Nokia, but it all depends on whether or not the ailing Finnish phone maker finally cracks.
The HTC One launches too late to save the handset maker's quarter, with the Taiwanese company making just $2.8 million profit in the first three months of the year.
Goldman Sachs recommended selling Microsoft shares, as other analysts downgraded the stock. At least one analyst is more upbeat about Microsoft's chances, though.
Chief Executive Tim Cook will once again talk shop at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco.
Apple's new set-top box, or TV set -- or whatever the company's doing -- is just around the corner, says analyst firm Jefferies & Co.
Barclays Capital analyst issues a downward revision for the sector, blaming surging interest in tablets and Windows 8 confusion for the move.
Barron's reports that the Dow Jones Industrial Average is due a makeover and that Apple and Google better represent the global business landscape.
Goldman Sach's today increased its estimates of how many iPhones and iPads Apple sold during its second quarter, bumping up Apple's target price too.
Verizon CFO says he believes a future iPhone from Apple will be able to tap into both CDMA and GSM networks, giving customers a way to use their phones in more places.