AMR Research sees former Sen. Bill Bradley's call for a shift in the way U.S. is run just as relevant to corporate survival in the new global economy.
Sure, U.S. mobile users have already made the jump to smartphones, but there's still plenty of room for growth for these handsets in developing nations.
Management touts double-digit user growth across the company's portfolio and strong gains in mobile adoption.
IDC expects worldwide PC shipments to plunge by 10 percent in 2013, partly due to a PC market decline but also to further expansion in tablet and smartphone sales.
Big Blue sees demand drop off at the end of the first quarter as revenue and earnings miss expectations. Other tech giants saw a similar tough finish to the quarter.
The e-commerce giant has finally launched in Brazil, a huge potential emerging market. The Kindle Store is now open, and tablets are on the way.
Sony terminates production of the venerable PlayStation 2 gaming gizmo in the Land of the Rising Sun. But the elder game console isn't dead quite yet.
Tim Cook talks iTunes growth, iPad weakness, and strength for the iPhone in emerging markets, among other topics.
What do you do when you're "bored and curious"? You build a synthesizer and turn everyday kitchen tools into musical instruments, of course. At least that's what Stephen J. Anderson does.
The company's results were weak across the board in the first quarter as large enterprise, public sector, and consumer sales fell. Even Dell's BRIC sales growth was weak.