The bad news? The company's latest iPhone competitor isn't groundbreaking. The good? It doesn't have to be to sell tens of millions.
FORTUNE -- Investors are bullish on Samsung after the Korean giant unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week. Shares for the company were up slightly after a 13% drop over the last year -- a big deal when the company's MOREAndrew Nusca - Feb 25, 2014 12:38 PM ET
Fortune meets with CEO Jan Rezab on the morning that his Czech social analytics company raises $26 million.
FORTUNE -- Jan Rezab takes a sip of his tea and wrinkles his nose. "This isn't right," he mutters. "This isn't English breakfast."
"Maybe it just hasn't steeped enough yet," a colleague offers. Rezab sets it down, sighs, and bounces his knee impatiently.
It's a quiet winter's morning in Manhattan's Meatpacking district, where snowflakes are piling into modest MOREAndrew Nusca - Feb 18, 2014 10:29 AM ET
The Mountain View, Calif.-based virtualization company closes a Series E funding round and sets its sights on global domination.
FORTUNE -- Tintri chief executive Ken Klein calls his company's signature offering "smart storage." The intelligence comes from its ability to sense and adapt to how virtualized applications are using it -- reducing the traffic jams caused by increasing use of a business technology that, through the use of "virtual machines," more MOREAndrew Nusca - Feb 13, 2014 8:32 AM ET
Exclusive: A new enterprise communications startup is raising millions to answer a simple question: Why won't employees respond to surveys?
FORTUNE -- Samantha Zupan had only one question. The problem? She wanted more than 200 answers, and that's where it got complicated.
The PR director for the jobs and career-focused website Glassdoor, Zupan wanted to know if the company's quarterly all-hands meetings, which lasted more than an hour and a half and MOREAndrew Nusca - Feb 11, 2014 5:50 AM ET
Steve Ballmer will step down as chief executive immediately, and Bill Gates will vacate his position as chairman of the technology giant's board.
FORTUNE -- Microsoft (MSFT) on Tuesday named Satya Nadella as its next chief executive officer, ending an extended search for a new leader. He's only the third CEO in the technology company's 39-year history, and previously served as executive vice president of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise group.
Steve Ballmer, who announced MOREAndrew Nusca - Feb 4, 2014 9:30 AM ET
"The time to invest in mobile is now, " VMware's CFO tells us.
FORTUNE -- The executives at VMware (VMW) are riding high this week, much like a groom-to-be walking out of a jewelry store with engagement ring in hand. The sixteen-year-old U.S. software company, which specializes in cloud computing and virtualization for large businesses, has every reason to feel elated (and a little nervous): On Wednesday, VMware announced that it spent $1.54 MOREAndrew Nusca - Jan 24, 2014 1:45 PM ET
The mobile chipmaker obtains the storied Palm, IPAQ portfolio to fuel its growing businesses.
FORTUNE -- Qualcomm (QCOM) announced on Thursday that it acquired some 2,400 patents (and pending patent applications) from Hewlett-Packard (HP).
The deal was announced quietly -- the official statement was only 98 words in length -- and gives the former, the world's most valuable semiconductor company, a more formidable position in mobile intellectual property and the latter, a MOREAndrew Nusca - Jan 23, 2014 6:19 PM ET
The electric automaker is supposed to usher in the future of cars, but every overly magnified misstep is working against it.
FORTUNE -- Elon Musk, chief executive of the young electric automaker Tesla Motors (TSLA), can't catch a break.
Early last year, Tesla came under fire by a New York Times writer for producing vehicles that weren't up to the difficulties of driving in a winter in the northeastern U.S. With his company's MOREAndrew Nusca - Jan 14, 2014 4:44 PM ET
The $3.3 billion purchase bolsters the U.S. telecom company's bid to take out AT&T.
FORTUNE -- You may not have noticed, but there's an epic wireless war going on in the United States. T-Mobile (TMUS), long thought to be uncompetitive in a market dominated by Verizon Wireless (VZ) and AT&T (T), is working to close the gap between it and its larger rivals. A dazed Sprint (S) sits somewhere in between.
T-Mobile US MOREAndrew Nusca - Jan 6, 2014 12:20 PM ET
Social media habits are shifting. Instagram's Kevin Systrom wants his service to be where the people are going, not just where they are.
FORTUNE -- Twenty months ago, almost to the day, Facebook (FB) acquired the rapidly growing social network Instagram for a then-staggering sum: $1 billion. The figure valued the photo-sharing mobile application higher than the cosmetics company Revlon, book purveyor Barnes & Noble, and parent company of The New MOREAndrew Nusca - Dec 12, 2013 3:48 PM ET
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