2014 will see a resurrection of IT spending as the global economy shows signs of recovery with data centers, devices and enterprise leading the growth.
It won't be "Xbox One and done" for Xbox 360 later this year, as Microsoft expects to reach 100 million consoles sold.
New research has shown how the mobile handset market is becoming increasingly polarised between low cost handsets for emerging markets and high-end smartphones for developed regions – with the mid-range handset market being squeezed.
A survey of 235 US smartphone users who installed applications on their devices in 2008, conducted by ABI Research in November, reveals that a surprising 16.5% spent between $100 and $499. That level of spending is especially significant given the low cost of most mobile applications, ranging from as little as a dollar or two at Apple's iPhone App Store, to at most about $25.
Palm today announced reduced profits and job cuts into 2009, without giving any firm dates for the launch of new OS or hardware
Panasonic Corporation today announced a revision of its consolidated financial results forecast for the current fiscal year ending 31 March 31 2009, reflecting a drop in its expected profits of about 40 per cent