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You'll get your Apple Watch a little bit later than expected.
Jake Novak calls BS on the LAPD chief's claim that the phone app Waze helps criminals target officers. Here's what the chief REALLY means, says Novak.
Blowout iPhone sales bolster the bull case for shares of Apple, analysts told CNBC.
Xiaomi has taken its home market by storm, but domestic rival Huawei has stepped up its game in an attempt to gain against "China's Apple."
Investors are optimistic that Apple will report great earnings Tuesday, but what happens to iPhone demand in the next quarter.
A drone landed inside the White House grounds early Monday, a federal law enforcement official told NBC News.
Will the Internet as we know it disappear soon? Google's Eric Schmidt sure thinks so.
Glenn Hutchins also tells CNBC that technological advances will take away even more jobs, but he thinks the problem is manageable.
Google partners with T-Mobile and Sprint to break into the mobile-phone-plan game, according to technology blog The Information.
Samsung's Tizen smartphone got a frosty welcome in India, facing criticism of its low-resolution cameras and dearth of software applications.
Americans are now spending 60 percent of their digital media time on mobile. Gian Fulgoni, comScore co-founder, discusses the staggering numbers behind mobile growth, and which apps are generating the most users.
Samsung Electronics wants to develop its partnership with BlackBerry but has no intention of acquiring it, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Google shuts down Google Glass and puts Nest's Tony Fadell at the helm of restructured group.
Lyft this week set out to raise a new round of funding to help it catch up to the massive war chest raised by its rival Uber.
As if robocalls aren't annoying enough, companies want to change the law so it's legal to make them to your cellphone, TODAY reports.
BlackBerry denied reports that it was in talks with Samsung about a potential takeover, sending the stock down some 15 percent in extended trading.
Walt Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses his expectations for how consumers will receive Apple's Watch.
Scott Goldsmith, CityBridge managing member, and Maya Wiley, NYC Mayor de Blasio counsel, explains how the city and its partners are converting old pay phones to provide secure, free Internet service to everyone.
A Hong Kong man was caught trying to smuggle 94 iPhones into China in a creative manner.
The College Football Championship game is hours away, and fans going to the game in Arlington, Texas, now have a way to avoid game-night traffic.
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In the era of uber-connectiveness, here are three key things to keep in mind, says AT&T's mobile chief.
Bill Gurley, general partner at Benchmark, said Friday what he believes is the biggest problem presented by start-ups.
Morgan Stanley's Raj Dhanda tells CNBC's the IPO market is booming, but it's not for the inexperienced investor.