Stronger demand for business PCs has delivered better-than-expected second-quarter sales for Intel.
The carrier expects to add a net 800,000 post-paid subscribers as customers flock to its Next smartphone payment plan.
The professional network, now with 300 million members, gives Wall Street almost everything it wants this quarter. Next quarter is a different story.
Sony plans to sell it Vaio PC operations to an investment fund, cut 5,000 jobs, and revises full-year forecast from a profit to a loss of $1.1 billion. It will also spin off its TV business.
The popular BlackBerry and Android weather app comes to the iPhone.
The company hoped to sell 9 million Wii U units between April 2013 and March 2014. It now expects to sell just 2.8 million units.
DisplaySearch projects that larger, higher-density displays are headed for Apple's next iPhone in 2014. And AMOLED displays may become more widespread in the tablet market.
Holiday shoppers could help Apple beat the 47.8 million iPhones sold during the same time a year ago, predicts a Canaccord Genuity analyst.
The bright spot during the third quarter was mobile, reaffirming once again CEO John Donahoe's big bet on the medium. Still, eBay shares dropped.
That bullish forecast for Apple's fiscal 2015, built on expectations of iPhone 6 news Tuesday, would easily top unit sales likely in the fiscal year now winding down.