By keeping its head in the cloud, Microsoft makes it rain on shareholders

Thanks in part to its colossal cloud business, Microsoft earnings are drenching shareholders in dollars. For the quarter ending March 31, 2018, the tech ringer from Redmond saw its revenue increase to

Update: Family networking app Life360 hires PathSense team to boost location-based services

Update: This article was updated to clarify that Life360 hired the PathSense team, but that PathSense retains ownership of its intellectual property and is still actively selling licenses. Life360, th

Ethereum falls after rumors of a powerful mining chip surface

Rumors of a new ASIC mining rig from Bitmain have driven Ethereum prices well below their one-week high of $585. An ASIC – or Application-specific integrated circuit – in the cryptocurrenc

Smartphone sales growth will drop to single digits in 2016, says Gartner

Analyst Gartner is expecting a big drop in smartphone sales growth, projecting the market will shrink from 14.4 per cent growth in 2015 to just 7 per cent in 2016 — with only 1.5 billion smart

Global smartphone market shrinks, year over year

Worldwide sales of smartphones declined year over year, from Q1 2015 to Q1 2016, according to figures from analyst Strategy Analytics, which it says is the first time in the history of what it dubs th

iPhone Sales Up 35% With 47.5M Units Sold In Q3

It would appear that Apple can't stop, won't stop when it comes to iPhone sales. After two blockbuster quarters in a row — Apple sold a record-breaking 74.5 million iPhones in Q1 2015 and 61 mill

Analyst Says iPhone 6s Will Have A Luxe Rose Gold Option

Apple’s next iPhone (likely the ‘iPhone 6s’ if it keeps with recent naming conventions) could come in a luxury rose gold finish, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via

Keurig CEO Blames Coffee Pod DRM For Falling Sales

In what amounts to a win for the anti-DRM crowd, Keurig CEO Brian Kelley said the 23% drop in sales came from his move to prevent coffee lovers from using unofficial K-Cups in its 2.0 machines. After

LinkedIn Q1 Beats On Sales Of $638M, EPS Of $0.57, Shares Tank On Weak Outlook

After Facebook and Twitter reported mixed results this week, LinkedIn today was the latest of the social networks to report its Q1 earnings. The company, which has over 350 million users globally, po

No Traditional Financial Institutions? No Problem

On Lending Club’s February 2015 quarterly earnings call, an analyst asked CEO Renaud Laplanche a simple question: have you considered getting the loans you’re issuing rated? Renaud had a simple an

Analyst: Apple Could Finally Be Opening Up Apple TV To Developers At An Event In March

The Apple TV could finally be getting a developer SDK that would allow third-party apps to appear on the platform, according to an analyst note from Jefferies analyst Peter Misek today. The note cites

Analyst: PS3 to win over Xbox 360 and Wii

<img src="" />Technology analyst firm Strategy Analytics just announced their latest forecast: Sony's Playstation 3 will will outsell t

Analyst: iPad could be delayed until April

<img src="">It begins: Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek is harshing on all our buzzes by announcing that according to an u

SSD sales up last year, despite recession

<img src="" />So it wasn't all bleak last year, SSD manufacturers experienced a 14% increase in sales, along with a total of over 11 mill

AT&T needs to spend $5 Billion to catch up

With all the crap that’s gone on (and still going on) between AT&T and Verizon, it’s safe to say that this is the last thing AT&T wanted to come out. According to a study that just

Turns out you really, really, like your television provider

</a><img src="" />Last year, overall satisfaction with television providers was at the lowest level in 5 years. It seems however, th

Analysts say wireless charging is pointless without super capacitors

<img src="" />Well, despite the fact that the wireless charging system for the Palm Pre is popular and functional, the analysts a

Analyst: Palm Pre, she is dying

<img src="">Collins Stewart analyst Ashok Kumar (not <a HREF="">this guy</a>) <

Analyst Says iPhone Not Yet Competing with RIM

Scott Karp from Publishing 2.0 and Seeking Alpha recently spoke at a conference where no one had an iPhone. That’s right, businessmen in their 40-somethings still don’t have an iPhone and

Analyst Says iPhone May Have Learning Curve

10 days is all you have left until you can pick up a sweet, juicy iPhone from your local AT&T shop. But before picking it up, you may want to hear American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu&#821
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