Kurt DelBene says that Microsoft's new Office 365 online product will boost revenue for the company with both small and big business customers.
Tablet growth will eat into laptop sales, according to research notes by Barclays Capital.
Gartner says that open source will chew into proprietary profits. About time.
Now that smartphones are commodities, what's next? Also: why you may finally wear a fitness wearable, and the hype and hope around flexible screens.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere offers CNET a few more clues to its next move as it continues to upend the industry.
What does the iPad need next? Maybe nothing, and that's the biggest challenge of all.
As the streaming-video site ramps up more original series, a study by TiVo's research arm finds no significant difference in the amount of TV watched by people who subscribe to Netflix and those who don't.
The company could offer a cheaper option for cable customers who want HBO Go but don't have television service.
Microsoft could use a little shake-up to break out of its stagnant pattern. CNET offers eight friendly suggestions.
Microsoft's version of Apple's "cannibalization" isn't pretty, but it's probably necessary.