Doug Olenick is a lifelong journalist and has covered the technology sector for more than 20 years focusing primarily on the computer hardware industry.
Doug has worked for a string of magazines and Web sites including TWICE, Computer Retail Week, RealClearTechnology, in addition his work has appeared on the Huffington Post, Newsday and Care Stereo Review.
IT services giant Cognizant posted a 20% first-quarter revenue increase thanks in part to its Digital Works initiative, and also because its TriZetto acquisition is starting to pay off.
Apple iPad shipments may be down and not likely to recover, but the company probably isn't concerned because iPhone and Mac sales are making up the difference.
Recent headline-making public data security breaches are helping cybersecurity firm Fortinet increase first-quarter revenue and billings.
Analysts are brushing off concerns that a potential legal action by the EU will damage Google in the long run.
Analysts believe the proposed merger of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent would be a huge plus for both firms and create a tough competitor for Ericsson and Juniper Networks, along with Cisco.
Qualcomm and major shareholder Jana Partners battled today over whether the chip maker would be better off without its chipset unit.
Intel will have to open its wallet wide if it decides to shift its gaze to Broadcom, now that its deal to acquire Altera appears finished.
IBM's stock may be suffering, but analysts believe the company is on the cusp of making a turnaround as its cloud-based services products go online.
2015 won't be a banner year for PC sales, but there are a few signposts investors can follow to avoid the larger pitfalls that will develop in this segment.
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