Google's spending on infrastructure is big and getting bigger -- more than doubling to $2.23 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013.
A single paragraph in the 1,582-page document provides a glimmer of hope -- or perhaps a stay of execution -- for the incandescent light bulb.
ComScore finds US online shoppers using desktop computers spent 10 percent more than last holiday season, propelled by gadget sales. It was expecting an increase of 14 percent.
Americans spent $1.75 billion on Monday, an 18 percent jump over Cyber Monday 2012. Did the jump come at the expense of Black Friday sales?
Global IT spending is now slated to rise just 0.6 percent this year, down from the investment firm's prior forecast of 1.2 percent.
Just $769 million was spent by U.S. consumers across the so-called "physical" channel, while $1.77 billion was spent on digital gaming content.
An ESPN survey suggests that while women do more shopping and browsing, it's the men who outspend the women during the holiday season.
The company, in search of new product categories, has boosted its R&D spending 33 percent for the six months ending March 31.
The game industry rakes in over $1 billion in revenue in September, getting "a much needed shot in the arm" from the latest Grand Theft Auto, says NPD.
The online giant's chief executive lists more than a dozen areas where the company is pumping its money, suggesting continued pressure on profit margins as it continues to seek new markets.