Though some started weeks ago, people are now lining up in droves all over the world in anticipation of the release of Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on Friday.» Read More
The stock rises about 2.5 percent, on average, in the week after introducing a new iteration of the iPhone.
With Apple widely expected to take the wraps off its latest smartphone, hopes are high that the iPhone 6 would boost Asian suppliers' revenue.
Some of Apple's biggest rivals may pick the company's Tuesday product unveiling to promote their own products via social media.
As consumers soon line up at Apple stores for the iPhone 6, iCracked will be right there with them, trying to buy their old phones.
Tens of millions of users have made China Apple's third-largest market for software sales, and a huge chunk of that comes through WeChat.
The most anticipated new Apple device isn't an iPhone, according to one tech expert.
Amazon cutting the price of its Fire smartphone to 99 cents as the it looks to gain market share in the high-end mobile market.
Ahead of Apple's press announcement, images have surfaced online of alleged component drawings and specs for the company's new wearable tech.
Microsoft is paying a lot of money to have NFL coaches and players use its Surface tablet. But the announcers keep calling it something else.
Between Apple's big product unveiling, carrier pricing battles, and potential M&A in the works, the stakes are high for the wireless industry.
Ahead of a highly anticipated launch, video of a fully functional Apple iPhone 6 has leaked, 9to5Mac reports.
Tuesday's Apple event will be Tim Cook's biggest chance to emerge from Steve Jobs shadow, an analyst says.
Here's what to expect at Apple's "secretive" event coming up on Tuesday: iPhone, iWatch, payments feature
With its new Moto G and Moto X, Motorola is renewing its bet on the mid-range smartphone market, Re/code reports.
Apple is planning additional steps to keep hackers out of user accounts in the face of the recent celebrity photo scandal.
Pieter Nota, CEO of consumer lifestyle at Philips, says the "internet of things" and connectivity will create a lot of value for the consumers - but security and privacy should be the main concern.
Geeks around the world have eagerly awaited the Moto 360 smartwatch for months. If the reviews are any indication, they may want to keep waiting.
Apple's plans for mobile payments may signal ambitions that go well beyond merely having your phone replace your wallet, analysts say.
Microsoft unveiled its Windows Phone 8.1-based Lumia 730 and Lumia 830 that aim to give budget consumers high-end camera features. Re/code reports.
Intel teamed up with fashion house Opening Ceremony to create the wearable device, MICA, and it's showing off the accessory at New York Fashion Week.
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