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BlackBerry Has No Plans to Do Away With Smartphone

BlackBerry's new CEO says that the company won't dump its smartphone business, but that a turnaround will take six quarters. More 

Google Chairman Schmidt: Enterprises Love Tablets

The tablet is what's most threatening big enterprise software companies like Oracle, Google chairman Eric Schmidt said on stage at the Gartner Symposium More 

Does Anyone Want To Buy BlackBerry?

BlackBerry is for sale, and it has agreed to go private in a $4.7 billion bid from its largest shareholder, Fairfax Holding. But it's not a done deal quite yet More 

Cisco, Google, SAP in Talks to Buy BlackBerry Bits

BlackBerry is reportedly in talks with Cisco, Google and SAP over possible purchases of parts of the fading handset maker. More 

3 Reasons the Violin Memory IPO Fell Flat

Shares of Violin Memory plunged 16% in early trading today, and for good reason. Here are three big challenges Violin is facing. More 

Cloud Stocks: 2 Haves and 2 Have-Nots

The broader market opportunity for cloud stocks and their differing technologies is huge, but not every company is ready for the big leagues More 

Earnings Set Salesforce Stock Aloft

Cloud computing stock Salesforce.com (CRM) is surging Friday after second-quarter results that confirm the company's dominance. More