Ballmer points to strong launch for Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 8.
PC vendor made over $8.5 billion in ailing market.
Firm on course to ship 35 million smartphones this year.
Smartphones expected to regularly adapt five-inch screen.
A class action lawsuit claims that Blizzard is making millions from customers because it's not properly securing sensitive personal information.
David Sobotta criticizes Cook's management style.
Google now considers itself as a "mobile first" company.
Service allows individuals and small businesses to accept payments via plastic.
Production apparently back on course at manufacturer Foxconn.
Galaxy S3 Mini looking to add onto its big brother's incredible commercial success.
VirnetX has added iPhone 5, iPad Mini and other recently released iDevices to lawsuit.
Foxconn not expanding its North American presence.
Tablets are eating cheap PCs alive.
Quarter of a billion consumers currently covered by Verizon's LTE network.
Apple sends out emails confirming shipments of 4G iPad minis.
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Galaxy SIII named best-selling smartphone in the world.
David Cameron has data regarding housing employment and more at his fingertips.
Circuitry will detect the headphone's position.
Said to be Japanese firm's flagship device for 2013.
There's a rumor that Foxconn is looking to set up North American factories to focus on LCD TVs.
Starting Friday, Verizon customers can pre-purchase the Windows Phone 8X by HTC and the Nokia Lumia 822.
The Motorola Razr Maxx currently features industry-leading battery
Court loss may lead to more bans for some of its most popular devices.
Unlike a teardown, these devices can't be put back together.
Office in your pocket next spring.