Shares of OmniVision Technologies slumped Friday after the company cautioned that smartphone sales have slowed down and competition has increased.
OmniVision Technologies reported positive first-quarter results, but the company also announced that it expects to report second-quarter results well below expectations.
Google has been hit by the departure of one of its leading talents. Xiaomi Tech, a fast-growing Chinese maker of cheap smartphones, has hired Hugo Barra, a senior Google Android executive, to spearhead its nascent global expansion. Xiaomi's founder Lei Jun said on his Weibo feed on Wednesday that Barra, who led product development for Google's Android mobile software, will join the Chinese ...
Vodafone is in talks with Verizon Communications to sell off its shares of their wireless venture in the U.S., Vodafone confirmed Thursday.
Guessing who might replace Steve Ballmer has always been something of
a game for Microsoft watchers, but now that he's going, his replacement remains a mystery.
Carl Icahn spoke again with Apple CEO Tim Cook
and plans a longer discussion next month about the size
of the iPhone maker's buyback program.
The near-total computerization of stock trading in the U.S. led once again to a huge technical glitch that stopped trading altogether for three hours on the Nasdaq Stock Market, with investors unable to buy or sell a long list of heavily traded tech stocks from Apple to Facebook.
Nasdaq securities trading ground to a halt for three hours Thursday on a technical glitch. The exchange is where
shares in Facebook, Intel and Apple are
Hewlett-Packard reported quarterly earnings
that exceeded Wall Street's expectations for the third quarter in a row, although sales were down from the same period a year ago.
Re-launched Ebyline site allows self-service solution for content creation.
Dell's quarterly earnings fell 72
percent compared to the second quarter in 2012, the company said Thursday.
"Jobs" is the sort of movie that puts us all on elephant patrol. So let's deal with the elephant in the room first.
Carl Icahn's huge bet on Apple suffered an early setback as
figures showed the technology giant had lost ground to Samsung.
Internet giant Google has named Austin its 2013 Texas eCity, declaring
that Central Texas businesses have a stronger online presence than their
counterparts elsewhere in the state.
Smartphone maker ZTE says it will sell a handset running the new Firefox
operating system in U.K. and U.S. markets exclusively through eBay.