A new report by MacRumors shows images of what appears to be Apple's iPhone 6.
Price deflation is rearing its head in the world's richest cities, and it's having an impact on an unlikely sector: commercial sex workers.
China's sharp credit growth slowdown in July may signal rising default risks in some parts of the economy, analysts said.
Euro zone economic growth was stagnant in the second quarter, missing market expectations, official data showed.
Cisco delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
European shares pared losses and closed higher on Thursday, with the easing of tensions in Ukraine helping investor sentiment.
Latest Euro Zone growth figures not expected to paint a pretty picture, bringing back the specter of deflation and economic stagnation.
While the gold miners ETF is outperforming the precious metal itself, McEwen Mining's Robert McEwen remains bullish on gold.
Cramer often look inside the market for insights on broad sentiment. And certain things happened on Wednesday that suggest trouble.
In honor of International Left-Handers Day, here are some things that can make the lives of lefties far more livable.
No matter how fast, smart and powerful our phones get, they still often die by mid-day if we leave our charger behind.
Chinese travelers are the most likely to exaggerate their holiday experience upon returning home, a global survey by Hotels.com found.
Sentiment towards the Australian dollar has dampened recently, but one analyst told CNBC investors shouldn't give up faith.
These 20 S&P 500 companies reported effective tax rates of 0% or lower in the second calendar quarter, despite reporting a profit during the period.
The nation's largest employers are projecting health-benefits costs will rise 6.5 percent in 2015, according to a new survey from NBGH.
U.S. stocks closed higher for the third time in four days as a rally in tech, airlines and biotech firms helped lead gains.
Samsung has unveiled its latest smartphone, the Galaxy Alpha, in a warning shot to Apple ahead of the U.S. firm's rumored iPhone 6 launch.
Your appliances know you’re not home – who else does?, asks Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at McAfee.
The record gap between America's rich and poor is shaping an uneven housing recovery that threatens to hold back the broader economic revival. The FT reports.
Thirty-three years ago, on Aug. 12, 1981, IBM released its first personal computer.