CNBC's Julia Wood discusses a new report from Barclays, which indicated a lack of innovation to weigh on Apple for 2014. It also slashed its forecasts for smartphone sales growth in 2014.» Read More
CNBC's Becky Quick reports the "spontaneous" selfie at the Academy Awards wasn't necessarily so spontaneous.
Asian equities recovered modestly on Tuesday, from an acute selloff seen in the previous session fueled by brewing instability in Ukraine.
Gesture and voice recognition are hot in the gaming market, and Microsoft is trying to fight off competition with Kinect.
Few bright sparks could be found in dour Asian stock markets on Monday.
Asian equities were a mixed sight of red and green on Friday, despite overnight gains on Wall Street and as investors digested a raft of Japanese economic data.
Apple is facing $2 billion in damages if found guilty of allegations by a German patent-holding company that it infringed on a cellphone technology.
Here's a preview of Sunday's Academy Awards show—Oscar facts and figures from years gone by.
Asian equity markets opened lower on Thursday, after a choppy session on Wall Street overnight.
Boeing is developing a device that deletes all its call and message data if any unauthorized attempt is made to crack it open. The FT reports.
Smartphones are going against one of the long-held rules in portable electronics, that smaller is better. The NYT reports.
The companies involved were not disclosed, but the events appear similar to those at other retailers late last year, The Wall Street Journal said.
Major tech companies are making headlines at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, one of the most important tech gatherings.
Mark Spoonauer, LaptopMag.com editor in chief, displays the new Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Asian shares were mostly in the green on Tuesday, after a positive handover from the U.S. sent majority of equity markets, particularly Japanese shares, higher.
My email was stuffed full of commentary about what may happen at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is now underway.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After a most choppy session, Asian stocks closed lower on the first trading day of the week.
The companies have failed to settle their patent dispute despite a daylong meeting between top executives.
An upbeat handover from Wall Street on Thursday inspired gains in most Asian shares on Friday.
American viewers aren't the only ones binging on "House of Cards." Chinese viewers have also been watching thanks to Nasdaq-listed firm Sohu.