Technology Focus: Wielding The Cash Weapon

Are U.S. technology companies fast-growing enterprises or are they banks? In a time when banks are enduring federal ?stress tests? of their ability to withstand a crisis, the tech sector seems to be rolling in money.

MacBook Pro With Retina Display Delayed Due To High Demand

The MacBook Pro With Retina display will ship from Apple in three to four weeks, the Apple Store website says. This is a further delay from the two to three weeks Apple told customers they'd have to wait for the laptop as recently as a few days ago, technology website Vr-zone reported Friday.

Apple To Release New iMac In Late 2012, Early 2013?

Apple was expected to update nearly every computer for the 2012 WWDC, including every iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. But while fans were generally pleased by what was announced, the iMac got no love from Apple. According to MacRumors, however, new iMacs may be hitting shelves sooner rather than later.

MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review: Apple Connects Beauty With Power

Announced on Monday at WWDC 2012 in San Francisco, the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display has been completely redesigned by Apple from the ground up. Several new architectural features have been included outside and inside the computer shell to make the computer stronger, faster and less noisy, but the real showstopper is the display.

Tech Dividends - Creeping Old Age Or Just Rewards?

After 28 years, Dell (Nasdaq: DELL), the No. 3 computer company, plans to pay shareholders a small dividend, 8 cents a quarter. Later this year, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, will resume paying dividends after 17 years.

Mac Pro, iMac Forgotten At WWDC 2012: Is Apple Neglecting Its Pro Customers?

Apple was expected to update nearly every laptop and desktop computer in its lineup for the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, including the iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. In the end, the iMac and Mac Pro were almost completely forgotten about. Is Apple neglecting its pro customers?

Apple To Debut New MacBook At WWDC 2012? Report Describes Retina-Ready Laptop

Three days before the start of the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple will unveil a brand-new Mac notebook equipped with a Retina Display, which is simply being referred to as MacBook. The computer will reportedly be offered alongside the updated MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and Mac Pro models set to debut next week.

April Chip Sales Soared 3.4% In Biggest Monthly Gain Since 2010

Sales of electronic chips rose 3.4 percent to $24.1 billion in April, the biggest monthly boost in two years, the Semiconductor Industry Association reported. The trade group repeated an earlier forecast for yearly chip sales to reach $301 billion, a slight boost over 2011.

Memorial Day Sales 2012: 25 Best Deals, Discounts And Bargains Online And In Stores For MDW Holiday Weekend

While Memorial Day is a day meant to celebrate and commemorate all those who have fallen while serving in the United States Armed Forced, along with a long weekend vacation from work and school, Monday, May 28 may be a great day to snag sales. According to NASDAQ, Memorial Day 2012 will be one of the best in recent years to receive heavy discounts on apparel and home goods. So, grab your wallets and eco-friendly shopping bags! From pets, to auto, to apparel to electronics, here are some of the b...

Jonathan Ive: Apple's Next Project Is 'Most Important,' 'Best Work We've Done'

Apple's senior VP of industrial design Jonathan Jony Ive, who was also Apple founder Steve Jobs' closest friend and confidant, was asked by The Telegraph what project he would like to be remembered by. Even though Ive is behind some of Apple's most courageous product designs, the design guru actually said Apple's current project could be his finest hour.

First Wiretap Played At Gupta's Insider Trading Trial

A New York jury on Wednesday heard former Goldman director Rajat Gupta on a FBI wiretap casually discussing business with Raj Rajaratnam, the now-imprisoned hedge fund founder he is accused of tipping off about boardroom secrets.

Cisco, Dell, HP: Is A Tech Recession Coming?

Because they report quarterly results generally out of the regula,r pattern technology giants Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSC), Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ) and Dell (Nasdaq: DELL) are technology bellwethers. Do their dismal dismal forecast presage downturn?

ARM, Intel Battle Heats Up

Low-power processor maker ARM Holdings PLC (Nasdaq: ARMH) is stepping up the rhetoric against chip rival Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC), saying it expects to take more of Intel's share in the notebook personal-computer market than Intel can take from it in the smartphone market.

Micron Shares Surge On Apple Japan Orders

Shares of Micron Technology (Nasdaq: MU), the only U.S. maker of memory chips, jumped as much as 9 percent Thursday on a report that Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, had placed a huge order in Japan.

Semiconductor Industry Lauds Congressional Boost For R&D Funds

The Semiconductor Industry Association, which represents the top U.S. chipmakers, lauded bipartisan approval in the U.S. Congress to boost funding for both the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).