Google reported first-quarter earnings that didn't meet analyst expectations. Here's a look at how the Web giant summed up its earnings.
Company is targeting shipments of 65 million smartwatches for 2014, claims a new report out of Taiwan.
Analysts polled by Fortune are eyeing sales of $43.5 billion on average, virtually unchanged from the same quarter last year.
The text-messaging startup, which Facebook is buying for $19 billion, will introduce voice communications to its 465 million users in its quest to boost that number to more than a billion.
But third-place T-Mobile saw the biggest improvement among the top US carriers, as seen in survey results from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.
Awaiting actual numbers from Apple, 32 analysts polled by Fortune get in on the iPhone sales guessing game.
The company's stock falls more than 8 percent after it reports its latest earnings, which disappoint Wall Street despite a solid rise in revenue.
Apple might sell only 37.5 million iPhones during the current quarter, the same number sold a year ago, says analyst Gene Munster.
New data shows the company's market share rose to 7 percent -- and that's even before the China Mobile deal.
The Internet's biggest radio service increased a key measure of how much revenue it gets from the commercials you hear when you listen on your mobile device, even as its bottom line turned red.