A teardown of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 by IHS finds that Samsung could turn a pretty penny -- if it resists a bad habit nagging most manufacturers.
This week we got to see a lot more of Windows 8, the OS that will go head to head with both Apple's iOS and Mac OS X when it debuts next year.
The Web giant picks up a daily deals start-up, adding to its arsenal as it beefs up its Google Offers business.
Later today, as Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff kicks off his company's Dreamforce conference, he'll announce a push into Oracle's territory: databases.
Though the future of the nascent tablet market is anyone's guess, this year, the main rivalry is between Apple's iPhone OS and Android, analysts say.
Readers chime in with comments ranging from Apple losing its technological edge to the iPad overshadowing the venerable laptop line.
Bobsled pilot Steven Holcomb is as big into Windows as teammate Steve Mesler is into Mac. Somehow, though, their allegiances haven't derailed the world champions.
Tech giants join forces to create the Open Interconnect Consortium, setting up a rivalry with a similarly minded, Linux-focused group.
Automotive news reports on competition in the GPS navigation industry.
The CEOs at the chipmakers see competition heating up in the market for sleek, inexpensive laptops running Windows 7.