The president's directive on cyber security recalls JFK's call for a man on the moon. Will private companies get the same turbocharge?
When Dell reports fourth-quarter results Tuesday, millions of customers might understand why Michael Dell wants a $24.4 billion buyout.
Global digerati generate data they store on Dropbox, Box, Sugar Sync and others. Are they IPO-worthy?
Michael S. Dell built Dell Inc. into the No. 3 PC maker by selling below competitors.
Jim Balsillie, the long-time co-CEO of BlackBerry, is no longer a shareholder. He sold his 5 percent stake in the company last year.
Now that Cisco Systems posted its first quarter of solid income gains with a new formula, is it paying off?
Apple has responded to investor Greenlight Capital’s lawsuit by charging that the firm is trying to keep its shareholders “hostage.”
Amazon expanded its content licensing with CBS to add shows like "Everybody Loves Raymond" to its Amazon Prime service.
Cylance, a 7-month-old Internet security startup founded by a former McAfee executive, raised an initial $15 million in venture capital.
The technology sector welcomed Obama's initiatives on cybersecurity, but there was one notable omission: offshore cash.
Samsung Electronics was the top mobile phone seller in 2012, snatching the crown from Nokia. Global sales fell 1.7 percent.
When President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address, the technology sector will be listening for three key items.
The proposed $24.4 billion management buyout of Dell encountered another obstacle as its No. 2 outside shareholder said the deal's undervalued.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said management was receptive to new ways to tap its huge cash pile, won’t make unwise acquisitions and said market share prospects for 2013 were solid.
Internet security startup Nok Nok Labs, whose directors include former White House security adviser Richard Clarke, said it had raised $15 million in venture capital.
When Cisco Systems reports second-quarter results, investors expect marginally higher earnings on increased revenue.
Although Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG), filed intentions to sell a major share block, the company said it was “routine."
Raytheon has devised powerful software that tracks individuals via social media posts and GPS to use analytics to aid security agencies.
Apple is facing shareholder opposition because its CEO has done little to allocate the big money it has been accruing in recent years.
Google will adapt its AdWords strategy to work better and more cheaply for mobile ads. It's also working with Yahoo.