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Legal probes would not stop Huawei from investing heavily in the U.S., according to one of the top executives at the Chinese smartphone giant.
With smartphone sales slumping, archrivals Samsung and Apple are fighting for leadership in the wearables category.
Software maker Microsoft is selling about 1,500 of its patents to Chinese device maker Xiaomi, a rare departure for the U.S. company.
Huawei Technologies on Wednesday said it sued Samsung Electronics claiming infringement of smartphone patents.
Wells Fargo is jumping into the mobile payments game with its new Wells Fargo Wallet.
A developer edition is shipping this fall, while a consumer version of the phone will be available some time in 2017, The Verge reports.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open Tuesday, as oil prices gave back much of their initial gains and after inflation data.
Could this be the next hot fitness trend? An exercise bike that lets you work out in virtual reality. Many investors think so.
Sharp, one of Japan's oldest consumer brands, "needs a miracle" to recover from current struggles, Jefferies warned, following a dismal earnings report.
Mobile payments could be a quicker alternative to the sometimes slow process of using chip card-readers, the New York Times reports.
Apple is looking to India for growth, but skeptics say the tech giant will find it hard to dominate the world's fastest growing smartphone market.
A group of researchers found design flaws in Samsung's SmartThings that leaves users vulnerable, reports Wired.
Apple actually strengthened its hold on the high-end smartphone market in mainland China in the March quarter, according to a Nielsen report.
Samsung said its "solid performance" would continue in April-to-June, striking a more optimistic tone about prospects for handsets and chips.
While size and other physical aspects used to be the main criteria for buying a TV, manufacturers now have another selling point.
The world's two largest smartphone makers, Apple and Samsung, muscled into Singapore's already-crowded mobile payment space this week.
Google's investors are as bullish as ever, but the European Commission's antitrust investigation has one analyst concerned.
The Tribeca Film Festival will feature 28 VR experiences. Will events like this lead to mainstream adoption of the technology?
By ramping up their focus on private brands, retailers are curating assortments that can't be found — or sold for less — anywhere else.
A lot of focus has been placed on how virtual reality (VR) technology will transform the gaming industry, but it has many real-world uses.