Microsoft profit dips ahead of Office revamp
Office software sales slowed sending the company's shares down 1.4 percent
Samsung puts lid on capex for first time since financial crisis
Annual investment plan unchanged at 2012 levels, as demand for computer chips wanes and the smartphone market slows.
Apple's China dilemma: market share or cachet?
Analysts say Apple needs to get it right in the world's most populous country, where it ranks only sixth in annual smartphone sales
Apple's iPhone disappointment fans doubt on growth
Apple said it shipped a record 47.8 million iPhones in the December quarter, but that lagged the 50 million that analysts on average had projected.
Jobs threatened patent suit to enforce no-hire policy
Apple founder told Palm to not poach his employees or face legal action
AMD hires chip veterans, diversifies beyond PCs
New recruits are from Qualcomm Inc and Apple Inc
RIM mulls licensing out software
CEO Thorstein Heins told German daily plans are on after BB 10 launch
Analysis: Apple earnings need to overcome technical malaise
Apple shareholders could still be in for more rough times if technical strategists are right.
Analysis: Once reliable technology sector drags down earnings
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Wall Street expects the tech sector's fourth-quarter earnings to be down 1.1 percent from a year ago
RIM shares jump ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch
Analysts said a dearth of any major smartphone news at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week boded well for RIM