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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.
No matter how fast, smart and powerful our phones get, they still often die by mid-day if we leave our charger behind.
Amazon.com unveiled a $10 credit-card reader and mobile app for brick-and-mortar businesses, expanding its presence in the physical world.
Facebook is now able to track how ads impact consumer spending across multiple devices, the company said Wednesday.
A bill that requires all new smartphones sold in California to come loaded with a "kill switch" passed the legislature.
After an iPad sales decline, Apple will need new features to wow consumers in order to boost the tech giant's tablet sales.
The data storage market appears poised to start consolidating. Hightail has hired RBC Capital Markets as it engages in talks to be acquired, said sources.
Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza CEO, discusses how the utilization of technology is driving earnings and reaching new consumers amid a landscape of growing competition. Doyle says about 45 percent of business is done through digital.
Yahoo needs people to use its search engine so badly it's willing to reward them for doing so—the company is now running search for Swagbucks.
Microsoft has released a 19 euro ($25) ultra-low-cost phone in an aggressive push to capture more sales in the growing emerging markets.
Consumer discounts on refurbished products can be steep compared with hot-off-the-line new products, especially for home appliances.
BuzzFeed just closed a new $50 million investment, bringing the value of the company to about $850 million, the NYT reports.
Consumers are suddenly unable to place advance orders to buy DVDs or Blu-ray discs of films from Walt Disney Studios.
A judge rejected a $324.5 million settlement Friday between tech workers and Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe over hiring.
The algorithm Google designed to rid the Internet of spammy links is proving difficult, if not impossible, to control.
Google and Barnes & Noble are joining forces to tackle Amazon, zeroing in on a service that Amazon has long dominated: fast, cheap delivery of books.
Facebook will acquire PrivateCore, a firm that 'validates and secures' server data and protects servers from possible breaches.
A handful of Twitter users have noticed a new setting for "payment and shipping" within the company's Android app.
Hackers are making lots of money selling stolen usernames and passwords on the black market, says FireEye CEO David DeWalt.
Lyft and Uber will allow its members to opt into carpooling with people who are taking similar routes in return for a significant discount, re/code.
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Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product to Chinese government standards.
"The Interview" marked one of the first major experiments for digital distribution, and pirated copies appeared immediately.
Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.