Apple Still Has Piles of Cash: Should It Consider a Strategic Acquisition?

Even with its dividend plan in place, Apple still has piles of cash. Should it consider a strategic acquisition? We ponder the pros and cons. More 

Apple: Fighting Fire with Fire at the Center of the Patent War

"Apple: Fighting Fire with Fire at the Center of the Patent War," the second is a series of three articles on Apple's approach to intellectual property. More 

Apple’s Long History of Courtroom Combat

"Apple in Court": the first of three articles highlighting Apple's approach to intellectual property and its history of patent litigation. More 

Nokia, Microsoft Invest $24 Million in App Development Program

Nokia and Microsoft are investing $24 million in an app-development initiative, called AppCampus, designed to give the Windows Phone OS a much-needed boost. More 

Dividend News: Apple, Raytheon and WPC

Over the past week, Apple announced that it will pay dividends for the first time since 1996, and two solid payout performers announced dividend increases. More 

LTE Wireless and the Upcoming Dominance of the Smartphone

Wireless carrier upgrades to the high-speed network technology known as LTE will drive smartphone and tablet use well past that of features phones and PCs. More 

4 Manufacturers Entering the Windows 8 Tablet Race

HP, Dell, Nokia, and Sony are betting on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system to help them advance against Apple's iPad in the computer tablet market. More