Microsoft Corp. plans to lay off 2,850 employees, adding to previously announced job cuts as it retools its sales operations and dismantles its mobile phone hardware business.
Mobile Nations senior editor Daniel Bader, Digital Risk co-founder Jeff Taylor and Recon Capital Partners CIO Kevin Kelly break down Amazon's second-quarter earnings report.
Mobile Nations senior editor Daniel Bader, Digital Risk co-founder Jeff Taylor and Recon Capital Partners CIO Kevin Kelly break down Alphabet's second-quarter earnings report.
Twenty or thirty years ago, wireless charges didn’t even exist. But today, wireless and internet charges have become a significant line item on our income statements. You can keep these costs under control, as long as you’re willing to give them the attention they deserve.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst, said he believes the photo leaks are around 90% real, and discusses how the new phone could help the tech behemoth.
'The Security Brief' host and cyber-analyst Paul Viollis argues the traditional U.S. IT structure is insufficient and must be replaced with an updated anti-crime model.
Facebook Inc is growing so fast analysts can't keep up.
It was bound to happen.
Oracle said it would buy NetSuite in a deal valued at about $9.3 billion to expand into the fast-growing cloud market.
Attorney Eboni Williams and radio talk show host Mike Gallagher on whether the Russian government or Donald Trump had anything to do with the DNC email leak.
The world's most valuable company has investors second guessing their gloomy opinion of the tech giant.
Twitter has cut its forecast. Does this make it a buy?
In the age when technology rules, one entrepreneur and his company are harnessing its power and using it to help students get a more personalized learning experience.
Online radio giant Pandora Media Inc on Wednesday detailed its plans to market concert tickets to listeners, broadening the company's business as it strives to become profitable.
International Business Machines Corp said on Wednesday it would provide its technology and resources to help track the spread of the Zika virus.
T-Mobile US, the No.3 U.S. wireless carrier, reported a 12.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue as its promotional offerings attracted subscribers.
Japan's Nintendo booked an operating loss in the first quarter, hurt by unfavorable currency rates although hopes for long-term growth are running high on the worldwide success of Pokemon GO.
Mashable Editor-At-Large Lance Ulanoff, Capitalist Hedge Fund's Jonathan Hoenig, LIDO Isle Advisor's Jason Rotman, Kaltbuam Capital Management's Gary Kaltbaum and FBN's Liz MacDonald on Apple's earnings.
The iPhone sales decline is real: For the second quarter in a row, Apple has sold fewer iPhones than a year ago.
Apple's earnings late Tuesday should keep the Nasdaq on the recovery trail.