Sony is on the right track: Jefferies Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, says Sony has taken the right approach to shift from commoditized business units such as PCs to the company's growth areas.
UPDATE 1-China's Baidu to buy back $1 bln shares after investor selldown BEIJING, July 30- Baidu Inc, China's biggest internet search engine company, said on Thursday it will buy back shares worth $1 billion after the company's stock price slid following a weak earnings report earlier this week. The repurchases will take place over the next 12 months and be funded from the company's existing cash balance, New York- listed Baidu said in a...
| By: Paul Carsten
Cramer: All about expectations Mad Money host Jim Cramer says expectations often determine where a stock or even an entire market can go in a given session.
Microsoft debuts Windows 10: Why it's being given away free SAN FRANCISCO- Microsoft debuted its new Windows 10 operating system Wednesday, in what the company hopes will be a pivotal moment in its bid regain its sway in a world where the PC is no longer king. Microsoft is counting on tens or even hundreds of millions more to download its latest release for free in coming months. Microsoft and major PC makers are planning a...
Source: The Associated Press
| By: By BRANDON BAILEY, AP Technology Writer
UPDATE 2-A fresh Start: Microsoft's Windows 10 wins plaudits July 29- Microsoft Corp's launch of its first new operating system in almost three years, designed to work across laptops, desktop and smartphones, won mostly positive reviews for its user-friendly and feature-packed interface. Wall Street Journal's Geoffrey Fowler said Windows 10 fixes most of the issues with Windows 8 and improves on Windows 7,...
| By: Lehar Maan
Windows 10: Why app makers aren't impressed Microsoft's Windows 10 hit the market on Wednesday, but the company's struggles in the mobile space has put some developers off making apps for the new operating system (OS).
| By: Arjun Kharpal
Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 CNBC's Jon Fortt talks with Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate VP, Windows and Devices Group, about the the company's new operating software.