A 2012 cover story by Vanity Fair famously bashed Microsoft and CEO Steve Ballmer for the stack ranking process. Now that system has been thrown out.
Samsung claims fourth through sixth places in Actix's measurements of American and European users. Also: bigger screens and newer phones mean more data use.
Apple's original iPhone, meanwhile, stands towards the bottom of the list that ranks how easy it is to crack open and repair devices.
Retired U.S. Marine Gen. James "Hoss" Cartwright has been informed he is under investigation as the source of leaks to the media regarding the sophisticated virus, NBC News reports.
A new product from ComScore takes into account both mobile and desktop when sizing a site's total Web audience. That would help some companies, like Facebook and Yahoo, but would hurt others, like Microsoft, which would fall to fourth place from its prior No. 2 slot.
In a bid to boost the time users spend on the site, videos that hold viewers' attention will rise higher in searches.
IDC report shows personal computing market shifting to smartphones and tablets, away from PCs.
Microsoft co-founder tops Forbes ranking of the 400 richest Americans for 19th year in a row.
Veteran Hewlett-Packard executive Ann Livermore will step down and join the board of directors. HP's chief administrative officer and chief information officer have left the company.
There's little doubt the Apple co-founder belongs to a select list of historical businesspeople and tech visionaries. But where should he be on that list?