"Whenever you're pushing software and doing some very advanced things, you're going to have some mistakes," the exec said, Re/code reports.» Read More
Downloads for Apple's new iOS 8 software are down with only 47 percent of devices using it, and analysts point to its early operating issues and heavy memory use.
Just when you thought the iPhone 6 saga couldn't possibly get worse, users are now saying the phone is causing them to lose hair, literally.
Walt Mossberg, Re/code, explains the importance of curation for Samsung's software and rationalization of its product line.
Jim Suva, Citi director of investment research, provides his outlook on Apple and Samsung. Suva says Apple is innovating, gaining more share and attracting consumers.
While Samsung's broad product pipeline may appeal to a large audience, it may actually be hurting the company's profits.
The last few years have seen Adobe launch and scrap waves of applications as the company tried to find its place in a world gone mobile.
Henry Hargreaves has found a new way to dispose of your old gadgets and it involves a deep fryer.
The USB malware that can't be patched just went public.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus won't boost the economy despite the rush to buy it, The Fiscal Times reports.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Passport isn't an iPhone killer—and that's OK.
Once aimed at a small elite with their blingy designs, luxury smartphones are toning down as manufacturers look to broaden the appeal of their high-end devices.
The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are being driven by a new form of mobile technology which works even without a cellular network or internet. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
Wearable technology maker GoPro on Monday disclosed details on three new cameras slated for release on Sunday.
The new iPhones were tested alongside other smart phone models and bent, after a 70 pounds of pressure was applied.
The new, post-Edward Snowden smartphone is the first that will disrupt American spying, the New York Times reports.
IPhones take a lot of abuse, and the iPhone 6 is no exception. Here are your best options for insuring your new phone.
An Apple spokesperson reached out to CNBC to explain in some detail how the company designs and tests iPhones for durability.
Lauren Goode, Re/code senior reviewer, provides insight to the testing inside Apple's testing lab for iPhone 6 phones.
Bent iPhones must pass a visual inspection at the Genius Bar before a free replacement is given.
The new BlackBerry Passport is interesting, says Michael Yoshikami. But who will sell it to you?
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