Another drab quarter makes it plain: the only thing keeping the wolves from starting to bay for change is Yahoo's ownership position in Alibaba.
World's largest maker of personal computers reports second-quarter net profit of $262.1 million, an increase of 19 percent from the year-ago period.
A government cap on carrier subsidies caused a steep decline in phone sales, although there are some signs of recovery as low-cost monthly plans and used phone sales are on the rise.
The transfer of Motorola from Google marks the end of a short chapter for the storied handset vendor -- and brings Lenovo badly needed credibility in the smartphone business.
A new ad for Lenovo's Yoga Tablet 2 Pro features the famous actor and Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo's CEO, in an interesting work conversation.
The $2.1 billion deal ups Lenovo's enterprise offerings, as it takes the No. 3 spot in the x86 server market behind HP and Dell.
The service will shut down on December 31 -- just one of more than 60 products that the company has discontinued over the past two years.
With Alibaba's IPO making big winners of the Chinese e-commerce giant and Japan-based stakeholder SoftBank, what are the odds that one of them buys Yahoo?
CNET breaks down Alibaba's sprawling e-commerce empire and explains why everyone's been talking about the Chinese company's initial public offering.
The IPO promises to be one of the biggest events in Yahoo's recent history. But after the expected multibillion-dollar windfall, the company's going to be under intense pressure to improve performance.