The sale of its stake in Beats Electronics helps the Taiwanese handset maker avoid recording a second-consecutive quarterly loss.
People 24 to 34 are most likely to own a smartphone, but those 55 to 64 making more than $100,000 are also front-runners, Nielsen finds.
A Boston apartment complex is undergoing one of the largest deep-energy retrofit projects in the U.S. that is expected to cut energy use by about 70 percent.
Earnings for the fourth quarter rise 6.6 percent to just over $1 billion, while sales grow 7.2 percent, prompting the cable company to up its annual dividend.
Brian Tong shows off the top income tax filing software plus a few gadgets to help you organize and protect your financial information.
The 99-cent Earn-O-Meter app might just make you feel better about boring workdays. It's a counter that tallies up how much money you're making every second.
Gains on the PlayStation side can't offset woes facing other parts of the Japanese company's consumer electronics operations. Its full-year net income forecast takes a 17 percent dive.
The iPhone might have been one of the most expensive--and therefore trendiest--smartphones of 2007, but this year more parts of the economic spectrum are getting in on the action.
Microsoft pillages developing economies like Brazil with punitive pricing that stifles economic development. Is there any wonder that anti-Microsoft feeling is rife in Brazil?
The world's No. 2 PC maker shows signs of improvement after a rough year.