The PC business didn't suck nearly as bad as feared, and Hewlett-Packard's first quarter benefits. The company sees strong enterprise demand for PCs as Windows XP systems are tossed.
Today in the tech marketplace: Twitter got the glory, and Groupon fell apart. But Nvidia was there too.
Even with some glossy new properties, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant sees a 6 percent decline in display revenue compared with the same quarter last year.
The Farmville creator's loss narrows as it names a new COO. But its rough ride isn't over.
Third-quarter earnings are better than expected due in part to strong results from the data center group. But the company is cautious about Q4.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now predicts Apple shipped just 11.4 million 5C units last quarter, down 33 percent from his prior forecast, says Business Insider.
Electronics giant expects to record an 18 percent drop in operating profit due to a softer smartphone market and increased competition from Apple.
In its initial weekend on sale, the iPhone 5S had "real demand" of 6 million units, according to estimates from a Morgan Stanley analyst.
iPhone maker tells Wall Street to look forward to higher-than-expected financial results in its next reported quarter due to new sales record.
The San Francisco-headquartered company acknowledges that it got a big revenue boost this quarter thanks to its acquisition of ExactTarget.