The San Jose, Calif., company said supply chain problems drove up its costs during the quarter and hurt its sales of power regulators.
The tablets are finally coming to the rapidly-growing market after Apple paid $60 million to settle a dispute over the 'iPad' trademark.
Thorsten Heins admitted during a shareholders meeting that the past year has been very difficult, but that it's new operating system will be a turnaround.
Microsoft is trying to drum up excitement for the most widely anticipated overhaul of Windows since 1995, which works on both PCs and tablets.
Supporting a mobile workforce is one thing, but can you keep corporate information secure and protect yourself from liability while improving productivity?
Notorious for its lean inventory and just-in-time manufacturing methods, Dell recently announced that it would be altering its operating model as part of a three year $2 billion cost-cutting initiative. While the made-to-order PC vendor spent the past 28 years benefitting from scaling low operating margins, it sees close competitors pursuing higher margin opportunities in enterprise computing and has decided to follow suit.
“The New New Thing” is out there waiting to be developed, deployed, and utilized. Microsoft isn’t waiting to stumble upon it.
Smartphones powered Samsung to an estimated a 79 percent jump in profit from a year earlier, but there is concern about ongoing lawsuits from Apple.
The electronics maker said that it is spending more than $14 million over the next few years to expand manufacturing and research in Fountain Inn, S.C.
As explained by Dave Hagan of Sharp, “A transflective display has both a transmissive and reflective mode of operation. Each pixel can generate color/brightness by controlling the amount of light transmitted from a backlight or by controlling the amount of light reflected from an external light source.” So a display that promises energy savings seems like an attractive option. Why did they disappear completely?
Renesas aims to scale down unprofitable system chip operations to focus on its main stay microcontroller business in which it has the top global market share.
The new Allen-Bradley FLEX I/O dual-port EtherNet/IP adapters from Rockwell Automation can help machine and equipment manufacturers, system integrators and end users simplify their network design while maintaining resiliency.
Upon the initial release of Facewatch, London’s latest initiative to invite the community to police itself, I was troubled. This world doesn’t need an app that allows a gang of Joe Mercs to police the streets and rid the fair city of all its petty thieves. According to the website, Facewatch is “an online crime reporting system for businesses to report crime, providing the full evidential package required by the police.”
Apple's dispute with Shenzhen Proview Technology highlighted the possible pitfalls for global companies in China's infant trademark system.
The struggling BlackBerry maker's new CEO admitted he delivered "a lot of tough news" by cutting 30 percent of his company's workforce.
Industrial environments present multiple safety challenges, including fire (electrical) hazards that require proactive safety measures to minimize potential risk. Arc flash hazards cause thousands of injuries a year, resulting in serious burns and in some cases, even death. With today’s dependence on industrial networking and automation equipment, the risk of an arc flash could increase significantly.
Students from Rutgers University’s Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (RU-IEEE) branch are dedicated to advancing technological innovation. The Rutgers team considers themselves the future circuit designers, programmers, and CEOs who wish to help exciting technology happen now. It is the opportunities, like out-of-classroom competitions, that the students at RU-IEEE believe fosters the professional development they are looking for.
Meggitt is now offering a trio of triaxial products for permanent and hand-held vibration monitoring applications.
The record 9,000 shareholders that packed Sony's annual meeting doubted even a new CEO can pull the entertainment and electronics giant out of its slump.
Called the Nexus Seven, the tablet is priced at $199 and will take on Amazon's Kindle Fire directly, but may sway some away from the pricier iPad.
Prosecutors said the employees of an Israeli company stole OLED display technology and relayed it to Chinese and Taiwanese panel makers.
A judge said Samsung's tablet and the Apple iPad are "virtually indistinguishable" and that Samsung is "flooding the market with infringing products."
The long-time Japanese rivals are working together to develop next-generation TV panels called OLEDs as they try to catch up with Samsung.
A company spokesman said "it has been tough to keep up with demand" for the new smartphone in part due to component shortages.
Verizon Wireless has announced that its LTE network will be available in 46 new markets, plus expansions across 22 existing markets, which brings its network to a total of 304 cities.