At the company's annual shareholder meeting, one investor calls the U.S. launch a "disaster." BlackBerry says it has learned its lessons from the Z10 debut.
Acer Global President Jianren Weng says the price of the company's ultrabooks could come down to $499 next year, but even at $799, Acer can't turn a profit on the devices.
Kleiner Perkins investors and IT veteran Ray Lane makes a "call to action" to invest in clean-energy technologies and manufacturing to stimulate U.S. exports.
The United States tops the overall ranking in the World Economic Forum's "Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009". Switzerland is in second position followed by Denmark, Sweden, and Singapore. European economies continue to prevail in the top 10 with Fin
Masayoshi Son, who'll be pitching US policymakers Tuesday to consider a stronger wireless industry to vie with broadband, might need T-Mobile to achieve his ultimate goals.
Sony is shutting down US stores and going ahead with staff cuts, in the wake of the expected sale of its PC business.
The company says that it will invest heavily in software, where it believes it can address "region-specific needs."
Former NSA contractor tells a German broadcaster that the US agency would collect intelligence from foreign companies that had no national defense value.