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  • Are these the new iPhone C?

    Early in September, Tim Cook will step on to a blacked-out stage and unveil two quite different new iPhones: the iPhone 5S, an upgraded iPhone 5, and another, cheaper one that the rumor mill has dubbed the iPhone 5C.

  • Hard to believe HPQ's turnaround story: Pro

    Jim Suva, Citi analyst, examines Hewlett-Packard's Q3 results and provides perspective on the future of the computer maker, including changes in leadership and strategy.

  • A cardboard mask of Edward Snowden on the ground at a protest against the PRISM surveillance program, which Snowden leaked.

    The owner of an encrypted email service used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden, said he has been threatened with criminal charges for refusing to comply with an order to turn over information about his customers.

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Zuckerberg on Thursday unveiled a new look for the social network's News Feed

    Facebook wants to make it easier for users to see stories that they may have missed previously in their day by now using story bumping.

  • While scanning a blueprint on a common Xerox scanner, a student found that numbers on his document seemed to have completely switched. Xerox has since responded to the problem.

  • Tablet shipments slow: IDC

    According to IDC, tablet shipments slowed in Q2. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the top tablet vendors.

  • A Samsung Galaxy S4 and an Apple iPhone 5

    President Obama has overturned a looming US import ban against some older models of the iPhone and iPad.

  • Apple fans on Monday poured cold water on recent research that showed Samsung had stolen Apple's crown as the world's most profitable mobile handset vendor.

  • Faber Report: 3 options for Dell

    CNBC's David Faber reports the latest details on Michael Dell and Silver Lake's attempts to take the PC maker private, and provides an update on Community Health's attempts to acquire Health Management Associates for $3.9 billion.

  • Carl Icahn

    Activist Carl Icahn is making it very clear that he thinks Michael Dell is a sore loser who is just plain full of it.

  • A major Apple supplier is under the spotlight after a new report by Chinese worker-rights group China Labor Watch claimed its factories were guilty of labor abuses.

  • Faber Report: The fate of Dell & HMA deal

    CNBC's David Faber reports the latest details on the bid to buy Dell ahead of its shareholders meeting, and Community closes in on its acquisition on HMA.

  • An employee stacks boxes filled with merchandise for shipment at the Amazon.com Inc. distribution center in Phoenix, Ariz.

    Amazon.com said it is adding 7,000 jobs in 13 states, beefing up staff at the warehouses where it fills orders, and in its customer service division.

  • A Samsung Galaxy S4 and an Apple iPhone 5

    Samsung has taken Apple's crown as the world's most profitable mobile handset vendor, according to new research, as analysts called on Apple to release a low-cost version of the iPhone to boost its global growth.

  • A smartphone-PC hybrid device, funded by the largest ever crowd funding drive is hoping to disrupt the smartphone industry, when it launches next year.

  • Strong sales of Google's Chromecast have prompted the company to end a promotion offering free Netflix service.

  • Google's Mario Queiroz shows off the Chromecast SDK.

    The race for the living room just got a little bit more intense. Here's how the two contenders stack up.

  • Google's Mario Queiroz shows off the Chromecast SDK.

    Hoping to expand further into the tach hardware sector, today, Google showcased a new-generation, slimmer Nexus 7 tablet, which puts Google online services at the forefront.

  • Apple's CEO Tim Cook might vehemently disagree that the smartphone market has reached saturation point, but new research from Citi delivers a depressing view of smartphone uptake.

  • Passengers pass a Royal KPN NV internet centre at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    Over $10 billion is set to change hands in the world of telecommunications as two key merger and acquisition (M&A) deals were announced on Tuesday.