Sure, Google's success is tied to one heck of a one-trick pony, but the company's efforts to expand beyond advertising finally are starting to bear fruit.
A year ago, Reed Hastings was tired of his own excuses for Netflix failing to live up to its track record. Now with profits soaring, Netflix has its groove back -- and the CEO is sick of the giddiness.
On earnings call with analysts, Reed Hastings talked about the company's inability to meet a target for adding new streaming subscribers and said "it doesn't feel great."
Android was the clear platform of choice, accounting for 81 percent of Chinese smartphone shipments.
The social network may actually be young in years, but it'll resemble a more mature Web business in short order if it can't keep its growth rates going.
T-Mobile sold 900,000 iPhones in the second quarter, but execs say its new service and upgrade plans get more of the credit for scoring record high subscriber growth and retention rates.
The mobile phone business exceeds expectations and, hallelujah, Nokia shows signs of "underlying profitability." Moving 4.4 million Lumia smartphones had to help.
A ComScore report found that Facebook unique users were down slightly from April to May, but the bigger picture is worse -- a 4.8 percent in 6 months.
A 4G-equipped version of Apple's next-generation phone should be available by the late summer or early fall, says an analyst with RBC.
Yahoo sites were the most popular destination for U.S. Web users in January, ComScore says. Yahoo was followed by Google sites, Microsoft sites, and Facebook.