Salesforce.com continues to show there is life in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business, as fiscal second-quarter revenue rises 38%, curbing some doubt on Wall Street.
Despite having reported setbacks in its supply chain, Apple will still be able to get the iPhone out on time.
Though HP has broken its streak of 11 consecutive quarterly revenue declines, that may not last more than a few more quarters, due to a flat to declining PC market.
As the world turns increasingly mobile, both Facebook and Twitter continue to be huge beneficiaries of time spend, and it's only getting bigger.
HP continues to remake itself under CEO Meg Whitman, slashing costs and boosting sales of personal computers, so it can afford to wait for other sectors to catch up.
Google went public as a search engine 10 years ago Tuesday, and in that time it has drastically changed the world, touching all facets of technology.
Tesla keeps adding to ways people rethink about the automotive industry, modifying the warranty on the Model S drive unit to unlimited mileage and the battery pack for eight years.
Tesla Motors upcoming Model X may blow past both investor and consumer expectations, despite having reinvigorated excitement in the automotive industry with its Model S.
The revelation that a company Alibaba has a stake in now has accounting irregularities, isn't likely to delay its IPO, slated to happen later this year, according to investors.
Cisco continues to see emerging market weakness, noticeably in China, where Cisco CFO Frank Calderoni said Sino-American relations are hurting the company, forcing an additional 6,000 layoffs.