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CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at a report there are no big changes for Apple's next iPhone.
Microsoft conducted a series of battery test experiments that show Chrome drains your battery. The Verge reports.
Shares of Finisar jumped more than 7 percent Friday after the company posted fourth quarter results that beat expectations.
Amir Efrati, Senior Reporter for The Information.com, discusses Amazon's big push for selling its Echo digital assistant device.
A Beijing regulator said it would bar Apple from selling its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models because of "patent infringement" against 100C phones.
NEW YORK/ FRANKFURT, June 17- Bayer AG, the German chemicals and healthcare company trying to acquire Monsanto Co, is exploring a sale of its radiology supplies unit that could be worth more than $3 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. Its main products are Ultravist for computer tomography scans, with 318 million euros in sales in 2015, and...
White House Chef Sam Kass and Dana Wollman, Engadget, have the smart home devices available now, and what’s next in the connected house of the (near) future.
Jabil Circuit beat earnings expectations for the fiscal third quarter.
One start-up is betting its training gear will be a game changer for athletes.
June 15- Chipmaker Cavium Inc said it would buy network equipment maker QLogic Corp for about $1.36 billion, as it looks to expand in the data center and storage market. Under the terms of the deal Cavium will offer $11 per share in cash and 0.098 of its stock, or about $15.50, for each QLogic share. San Jose, California- based Cavium said the deal, which has been approved...
IBM Security released a study on the financial impact of data breaches that found the cost to companies has grown to $4 million.
The major gaming companies are most likely to thrive in the VR segment in the short-run, says Frank N. Magid Associates' Mike Vorhaus.
Apple unveiled new software and services Monday, but market experts disagreed on whether it was enough to satisfy investors.
Apple showed off updates to Siri, a rebooted Apple Music, iOS 10 for iPhones and iPads, a new Mac operating system and more.
Discussing Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference with Colin Gillis, BGC Financial Director of Research & Senior Technology Analyst; Timothy Lesko, Granite Investment Advisors Principal; and Jason Ware, Albion Financial Chief Investment Officer.
June 10- Apple Inc's next iPhone will use modems chips from Intel Corp, replacing those made by Qualcomm Inc in some versions of the new smartphone, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Intel's modem chips will be in iPhones used on AT&T Inc's U.S. network and some other versions of the smartphone for overseas markets, Bloomberg reported on...
Poshly CEO Doreen Bloch pitches her start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC's "Power Pitch."
We investigated how effective Apple's Siri assistant would be compared to her competitors from Microsoft, Google, and Samsung.
A long-held favorite on Wall Street, Apple has hit a few road bumps thus far in 2016.
Apple will begin rolling out new incentives, including a revenue-share model in its iOS App Store, reported the Verge.
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