More layoffs announced for mobile division, seen by Sony leadership as a key to the company's turnaround efforts.
The company had planned to ship 50 million smartphones this year, but that figure has been falling and will drop even more, according to Bloomberg.
Emerging markets are still showing interest in new tablets, but that isn't enough to sustain IDC's prior forecast for this year.
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.
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Certain features were jettisoned because they didn't work right, were too complicated or would have required regulatory approval, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The CEO of the world's largest software maker, who celebrates one year on the job today, is changing Microsoft from the inside out -- because he has to.
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.