Texas Instruments' decision to cut 1,100 jobs was born out of the company's need to shift resources to faster growing areas, according to CFO Kevin March.
Virtualization trailblazer VMware has opened up its wallet, announcing a $1.54 billion deal for mobile security specialist AirWatch.
Texas Instruments beat Wall Street's revenue forecast in its fourth-quarter results, released after market close, but also announced 1,100 global job cuts.
Rumors are swirling that IBM is looking to sell off its low-end server business as the tech giant continues to target higher-margin areas.
Verizon shares rise in premarket trading on Tuesday after the telecom giant beats Wall Street's earnings and revenue expectations in its fiscal fourth quarter..
Yahoo!'s revolving door continues to spin, with Editor-in-Chief Jai Singh leaving the company, according to published media reports.
IBM receives the most U.S. patents in 2013, well ahead of tech titans such as Apple, Microsoft, Google and HP.
IBM executive Mike Rhodin explains how their Watson supercomputer, famous for its appearance on the game show Jeopardy, is now spearheading the tech giant's latest push into cloud and big data.
IBM's Watson supercomputer, which made a headline-grabbing debut on Jeopardy in 2011, will spearhead the tech giant's latest efforts to tap cloud and big data dollars.
Sirius XM, Apple, Riverbed and Apple are among tech's premarket movers.