BlackBerry shares dropped another six percent Wednesday as investors weighed the likelihood of a highly conditional takeover offer from Fairfax Financial, one of BlackBerry's largest shareholders.
Apple sold 9 million iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models in the first three days after their launch, exceeding initial supplies and far outpacing iPhone 5 figures from last September.
BlackBerry has agreed to sell itself for $4.7 billion to a group led by largest shareholder, Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd.
Shares of Cirrus Logic Inc., which makes audio chips for smartphones, rose Monday after its biggest customer, Apple Inc., reported stronger-than-expected launch sales of its new iPhone models. The stocks of other companies that make parts for smartphones were mixed.
BlackBerry expects to post a $1 billion loss for the second financial quarter of the year and confirmed rumors that it will lay off about 4,500 workers.
BlackBerry could shed up to 5,000 workers in a desperate effort to bring costs under control, the Wall Street Journal reported, quoting insider sources.
Nokia has delayed the launch of a large-screen phablet device following a deal to sell its handset business to Microsoft, a source told Reuters.
Slacker Radio has released "My Vibe," a new mobile app for iOS7 to help listeners find the perfect music for any moment.
U.S. technology giant Microsoft said Tuesday it would launch a $40 billion stock repurchasing plan to replace a $40 billion program set to end Sept. 30.
Bill Gates edged out Carlos Slim to retake the top slot as the world's richest human being.
A subsidiary of Sohu.com has reached a deal with a rival company that could boost its position on the Chinese Internet.
HTC has dropped around 20 percent of its U.S. workers, or about 30 employees and contractors out of a workforce of 150. workforce.
Computing segments are undergoing exciting and even game-changing transitions, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said during the opening session of the Intel Developer Forum on Tuesday.
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