More Android and Apple iOS devices were activated on Christmas Day than on any other day in history, according to Flurry, a mobile analytics firm.
The trick to investing in the fast-moving tech sector is to catch the red flags -- and know when to fold 'em.
One day last summer, Pu Xiaolan was halfway through a shift inspecting iPad cases when she received a beige wooden chair with white stripes and a high, sturdy back. The NYT reports.
China may require Internet users to register with their real names when signing up to network providers.
Even if BlackBerry 10 succeeds, it still probably won't reverse Research In Motion's profit decline.
RIM CEO Thorsten Heins moved to clarify investor concern in a CNBC interview.
Ericsson, the world's biggest telecom network equipment maker, will take an 8 billion crown($1.2 billion)charge on its ST-Ericsson venture.
Late Tuesday night Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer posted a revealing tweet. If a photo speaks a thousand words, here's what this one tells us.
The theory behind a new product launched by Merrill Edge, dubbed "Face Retirement," produces a digitally aged image of the potential retiree, along with the cost of living around retirement age.
Korea's Samsung Electronics on Tuesday said it would drop law suits aimed at banning the sale of Apple products in Europe.
John Poisson, CEO & founder of Wantful, offers insight on his new gift-giving model.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg reveals his worst CEO pick for 2012. And the winner is...
Zach Smith is co-founder and CEO of Boomerang, a startup that uses Facebook as a venue for gift giving.
Sprint Nextel hiked its buyout offer to Clearwire by 7 cents per share, offering $2.2 billion for the wireless provider.
Shares of Apple have fallen 27 percent from their all-time high, with CNBC's Amanda Drury; Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Managemanet; David Riedel, Riedel Research Group; Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital; and CNBC's Asia Correspondent Eunice Yoon.
In the market for a $25,000 TV? Maybe a $10,000 robot? Here are some luxury gift ideas.
Major U.S. banks seem to have stopped a group of hacker activists from seriously disrupting their online banking operations.
While Apple may see choppy trading in the short term, the stock should snap back in 2013, says one analyst.
If you trade stocks, ride motorcycles, have tattoos or have sex more than once a week, you're more prone to damage your iPhone, according to research.
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