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Days before its annual developer conference, Google is shedding more light on its efforts to penetrate the wearable market, Re/code reports.
Microsoft and Google have agreed to add a "kill switch" to the next versions of their operating systems for smartphones.
Taiwan's Quanta Computer will start mass production of Apple's first smartwatch in July, a source familiar with the matter said.
An eco-friendly car service seeks to take on the app-dispatched, ride-share companies.
Jeff Bezos is giddy about Amazon.com's first smartphone. He has some work to do to get consumers equally excited.
Sprint has lined up eight banks to finance its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile US.
To lure customers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced streaming music offerings, and a free, seven-day test drive of the iPhone 5S.
The phone has a 4.7-inch screen, aluminum buttons and a high-definition LCD display, among other features.
As Amazon unveiled its Fire Phone, a big surprise was its pricing, which industry watchers expected to be cheaper than iPhones or Galaxy smartphones.
Amazon is expected to introduce a smartphone this week, a long-rumored project that aims to close any remaining gap between impulse and buying. The NYT reports.
It took 8 hours to build, and it sends the word "yo" to anyone you want on your phone, for free. Oh yeah, and it's already raised $1 million.
AT&T will be the exclusive carrier for Amazon.com's new smartphone being unveiled Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Amazon's smartphone move may turn out to be a big mistake, industry experts say.
Nextworth is a US company that takes old and damaged phones then sorts and refurbishes them to sell them wholesale for a profit.
Uber has built a sizable business, but Tuesday legislators in California are discussing the possibility of clamping down on rideshare businesses.
BlackBerry reported a smaller-than-expected loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other turnaround efforts started to pay off.
Samsung is buying more local bonds with its $60 billion cash pile as domestic banks grow reluctant to overload on deposits from the giant.
The pizza chain will introduce a function on its mobile app that lets customers order by speaking with a computer-generated voice, "Dom."
Samsung is at it again, unveiling the new Galaxy Tab S at it's "Tab into Color" mobile event this week.
Coffee giant Starbucks is far from the only company betting on wireless charging technology.
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Though Apple posted profits that beat expectations, investor Roger McNamee found reason to throw cold water on the tech giant.
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