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  • HONG KONG, March 23- Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker ZTE Corp said on Wednesday a temporary export license from the United States could be extended if the company meets promises made to the U.S. government for allegedly breaking U.S. sanctions against Iran. Export restrictions on ZTE by the United States will not be enforced before June 30 this...

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- The U.S. government will give Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker ZTE Corp a brief three-month reprieve on tough export restrictions it imposed earlier this month, the Commerce Department said on Tuesday. The department on March 8 imposed some of the toughest-ever U.S. export restrictions on ZTE for allegedly breaking U.S....

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- The U.S. government is granting Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker ZTE Corp a temporary export license through June 30, according to a U.S. Commerce Department notice made public on Tuesday.

  • FRANKFURT, March 22- Nearly a decade after the iPhone broke the mould for mobile phones the question is now being asked whether the evolution of the smartphone has finally come to an end as even Apple now treats older, smaller 4- inch screens as something new. "Everything in the phone industry now is incremental: slightly faster, slightly bigger, slightly more...

  • FRANKFURT, March 22- Nearly a decade after the iPhone broke the mould for mobile phones the question is now being asked whether the evolution of the smartphone has finally come to an end as even Apple now treats older, smaller 4- inch screens as something new. "Everything in the phone industry now is incremental: slightly faster, slightly bigger, slightly more...

  • *New iPhone SE seen helping Apple broaden market segment. CUPERTINO, Calif/ MUMBAI, March 22- Apple Inc is betting a new 4- inch iPhone will spur smartphone users in key markets such as China and India to ditch their larger-screens in favour of the diminutive, yet feature-rich and lower-priced iPhone SE. This will make the market more competitive at that price point...

  • The official seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is seen on an iPhone's camera screen outside the J. Edgar Hoover headquarters on Feb. 23, 2016, in Washington, D.C.

    The FBI moved to vacate a hearing with Apple, as it tests another way to unlock the iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter.

  • CUPERTINO, Calif., March 21- Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a smaller, cheaper iPhone aimed at new buyers, especially in emerging markets and China, the world's biggest buyer of smartphones, as the technology company looks to reverse a decline in worldwide sales of its most important product. The new device, called the iPhone SE, has a 4- inch screen and starts at $399.

  • CUPERTINO, Calif., March 21- Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a smaller, cheaper iPhone aimed at new buyers, especially in emerging markets and possibly China, the world's biggest buyer of smartphones, as the technology company looks to reverse a decline in worldwide sales of its most important product. The new device, called the iPhone SE, has a 4- inch screen and starts...

  • CUPERTINO, Calif., March 21- Apple Inc is expected to launch a smaller, cheaper iPhone on Monday aimed at emerging markets and possibly China, the world's biggest buyer of smartphones, as it looks to reverse a decline in worldwide sales of its most important product. It might give the world's best-known technology company a boost in the fast-growing Indian, Middle...

  • Smaller iPhone 5SE aimed at EM markets?

    Brian White, global head of technology, hardware & software for equity research at Drexel Hamilton, outlines what could be featured at Apple’s latest event this Monday.

  • March 21- The U.S. Department of Commerce is expected this week to lift export curbs it imposed on Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker ZTE Corp for alleged Iran sanctions violations. The Commerce Department restrictions imposed earlier this month made it difficult for ZTE to acquire U.S. components by requiring its suppliers to apply for an export...

  • March 21- The U.S. Department of Commerce is expected this week to lift export curbs it imposed on Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone maker ZTE Corp for alleged Iran sanctions violations. Shenzhen- based ZTE has been "in active, constructive discussions" with the Commerce Department for the past week, according to a senior official at the agency.

  • Analyst: Why Apple will kill the headphone jack

    If Apple removed the headphone jack on the expected iPhone 7, it would affect far more than just iPhone users.

  • This hot robot says she wants to destroy humans

    Meet Sophia. Hanson Robotics human-like robot that may embody the androids of our future.

  • We stand with Apple: F-Secure CEO

    F-Secure CEO, Christian Fredrikson says while he believes the FBI is trying to find a way to catch the criminals responsible, however opening up an iPhone is not the right way.

  • John Zimmer

    John Zimmer, Lyft co-founder, discusses his business strategy and the race between Uber and Lyft to gain the biggest following.

  • Bluesmart suitcase

    CNBC rounds up a sample of the more noteworthy products on display at this year's Travel Goods show.

  • *India is world's fastest-growing smartphone market. Today, its market share has nearly halved, several top executives have resigned, and the company is looking for growth outside India. India is the world's fastest-growing smartphone market.

  • Sensorwake olfactory alarm clock.

    To commemorate Daylight Saving Time, the "Fast Money" traders look at the stocks positioned to 'spring ahead' from here.