Cisco Probably Took a Hit From the Federal Shutdown

October is probably the worst time of the year for the government to shut down, if you’re Cisco Systems.

How and Why HP Is Making a Long-Term Bet in Greece. Yes, Greece.

The ancient port city of Piraeus is just what HP needed to cut costs in Europe.

Chinese Handset Exports Bode Well for iPhone Sales

Historically, there has been a close correlation between Apple iPhone revenue and Chinese export value.

AllThingsD Week in Review: BlackBerry Is Just Resting, and YouTube Goes Mobile First

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Fire in China Memory Chip Plant Could Slow PC and Phone Shipments

No more cheap memory upgrades for a while.


Apple Tests Larger Screens for iPhones, iPads

Apple Inc. and its Asian suppliers are testing larger screens for iPhones and tablets, officials at the company’s suppliers say.


Apple Shifts Supply Chain Away From Foxconn to Pegatron

For years, nearly all of the world’s iPhones and iPads rolled off the assembly lines of a single company: Foxconn.

February the Cruelest Month for Apple Supply Chain

Caveat: A single peek at Apple’s supply chain is just that — a peek.


Is It Time for Just-in-Time Data Centers?

Data center facilities suffer from the same kind of waste that plagued the auto industry before lean manufacturing changed it.

Carryalongs Dominate, Enterprise Struggles and Hacktivists Rule in 2013

Analyst Mark Anderson makes his annual batch of predictions.

Apple Supply Chain: Now With Less Samsung

Look for a Fall iPhone Blowout