Investors remain worried about the company's prospects for growth the morning after it reported its fiscal first-quarter results.
New figures from Ofcom show Orange and T-Mobile -- both owned by EE -- generated more complaints than rivals.
A snow plow driver nicknamed Dogg is in the doghouse of one Massachustetts city after filming himself burying cars with snow during a blizzard and having a good laugh about it.
Sony could be working on a gaming tablet, according to a recent patent filing, called the 'EyePad'. Now where have we heard that before?
The iPhone maker got the bum's rush after its latest quarter, but its earnings outshone those of all other U.S. corporations.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital is suing Apple to block a shareholder proposal that would prevent the electronics giant from issuing preferred shares. Apple fires back, saying that the proposal wouldn't prevent preferred shares and that it will "thoroughly evaluate" Greenlight's plan.
Wall Street may have been disappointed by Apple's first quarter, but the company's CEO congratulates his employees for record results.
The two consumer electronics giants provided evidence in their quarterly financial reports that growth is slowing in the handset market and competition is picking up.
Now it's Microsoft's turn to show Wall Street just how well it's doing -- and all eyes are on Windows 8 and what CEO Steve Ballmer calls "our big, bold ambition to reimagine Windows."
After opening down from yesterday's earnings miss, shares of the company closed at the lowest level since last January.