IBM may have been behind its competitors in making the transition to cloud computing, but it's working to show the benefits of the cloud, especially for industries slow to adapt.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was right -- when it comes to delivery by drones, America lost.
If Google is trying to compete with Uber, it would hurt itself by making its investments less valuable and put itself into an area in which it has little experience.
Amazon's decision to break out results of its cloud-computing business is not only a sign that it's growing up, it's a reminder of the importance of investing in the cloud.
Google's core business is slowing, but not as much as it seemed at first. That's a positive sign, since spending won't be as high as last year.
Facebook earnings were another boon for the world's largest social network as it continues to show its advertising prowess and heavy spending are not going to waste.
Apple didn't just have a blowout breaking quarter -- it was one for the record books.
IBM denies a report that says the company was going to lay off as many as 112,000 employees.
Apple shares surged after the world's largest company said it shipped more than 74 million iPhones.
Microsoft's earnings show strength in the devices and consumer segment but the company's commercial segment is a touch weaker.