Asian shares moved in a narrow range Thursday after the previous day's rally as investors grew cautious ahead of a key Spanish bond sale that would test the market's risk appetite as concerns mounted over the euro zone's debt crisis.
Global markets saw a shallow but broad selloff Wednesday, as unsettling news from Spain combined with a histrionic report by the International Monetary Fund to give investors pause regarding the situation in Europe.
Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE: AMD), the No. 2 microprocessor developer, has nowhere to go but up. Investors this year have sent its shares soaring nearly 50 percent.
Stocks were lower on Wednesday after the S&P 500 notched its biggest gain in a month, weighed down by IBM and Intel after their quarterly results.
The companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trade Wednesday are: United Rentals, Csx Corp, Seagate Technology, Amarin Corp, Yahoo!, Halliburton, Cree, Intel Corp, Logitech International and International Business machines Corp.
US stock index futures pointed to a lower opening Wednesday after posting strong gains in the previous session.
Asian stock markets surged Wednesday, following solid gains on Wall Street overnight as stronger International Monetary Fund (IMF) global forecast and falling Spanish bond yields buoyed sentiment.
Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), the No. 1 chipmaker, reported first-quarter earnings beat estimates as sales rose much more strongly than expected.
Microsoft announced Monday it will sell three versions of Windows 8 for Intel computers. Two retail editions of Windows 8 will be sold for x86 and x64 PCs. The third edition will be an OEM-only version that's only available for ARM-based PCs and tablets.
Futures on major US indices point to a higher opening Tuesday ahead of the quarterly earnings from top investment bank Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) and key housing data due to be released before market opens.
Rumors surrounding Apple's revamped-- perhaps redesigned-- MacBook Pro are painting a picture of what consumers hope to see in the next generation laptop.
Intel (Nasdaq: INTC), the No. 1 chipmaker, is scheduled to report first-quarter results after markets close Tuesday. As always, Intel’s report will be a bellwether for the semiconductor industry.
Amid rumors that the MacBook Pro will be getting a significant revamp in coming months, Intel's Vice President has revealed that its upcoming Ivy Bridge Processor -- rumored to feature in the MacBook Pro -- will be built for Retina Display computers, 9to5Mac reported.
Swiftly and without much hullabaloo, Fox News exterminated The Fox Mole, a Fox News employee who had been feeding anonymous information to Gawker from inside the organization, in less than 24 hours. On Monday, at around 3 p.m. he published his first article. By Tuesday just before 9 p.m., The Fox Mole was fired and he revealed his true identity on Gawker as former Fox News employee Joe Muto.
Shares of Micron Technology (NYSE: MU), the only U.S. independent maker of memory chips, rose 5 percent after it announced plans to sell convertible senior notes valued at $1 billion.
Intel announced Wednesday that 75 new Ultrabook computer models will be released, the lowest of which will be priced at $699.
The successor to the Xbox 360 -- dubbed the Xbox 720 by gaming journalists -- is reported to contain a 16-core CPU that could power the next generation of Microsoft Kinect game consoles.
Apple is yet to officially announce the release date for the revamped--perhaps re-designed-- Macbook Pro, but multiple reports of stock shortages suggests the launch is fast approaching.
New funds raised by U.S. venture capitalists dipped 35 percent to $4.88 billion in the first quarter, the National Venture Capital Association reported.
Samsung Electronics (KS: 5930), Asia’s biggest technology company, pre-announced record first-quarter earnings Friday that could be an early indicator for its U.S. rivals.
While Apple's iPad 3 is creating records in terms of sales, the Intel is all set to rock the tech world with the launch of a new class of ultrabooks.
Chip stocks eased Tuesday after the Semiconductor Industry Association published data showing sales increased for the three months ended in February.
Rockstar North is all set to bring out its latest project, the highly anticipated Grand Theft 5 (GTA 5) which will be the first major title in the GTA series since the release of GTA 4 in 2008.
Shares of Micron Technology (Nasdaq: MU), the No. 1 maker of memory chips, fell 3.5 percent Friday after the company reported a second-quarter loss as revenue fell nearly 9 percent.
Facebook isn’t even trading yet but Rapid Ratings, a New York firm with an unusual risk-analysis model, rates the social networking company's stock as highly as that of technology stars Intel, Apple, Microsoft and Google.
Micron Technology posted mixed quarterly results, and investors pushed its shares lower after the company said persistently low prices for its memory chips had yet to recover.
Jason Russell Video: Gay Rumors Spread As Invisible Children Is Linked To Anti-Gay Christian Groups [VIDEO]
Jason Russell's naked meltdown video has taken on a life of its own completely separate from Kony 2012 altogether. The video increased fiery criticism of the Invisible Children organization as well as questioning of Russell's sexual orientation.
Microsoft’s newest update, Windows 8, will be available to users in October, according to Bloomberg News. The operating system, tailored to the tablet-heavy market, will be finished over the summer and available in the fall.
According to a new Bloomberg report citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, Microsoft plans to wrap up its Windows 8 this summer, just in time for PCs and tablets with the new OS to go on sale around October. The sources wished to remain unnamed due to confidentiality issues.
Judea Pearl, father of American journalist Daniel Pearl who was abducted and beheaded by Taliban militants in Pakistan, has been honored with the prestigious 2011 A.M. Turing Award for artificial intelligence.