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LinkedIn aims to create an "economic graph" that touches every corner of the globe, CEO Jeff Weiner said on Monday at the TechCrunch Disrupt.
For the two new iPhones, look for a low price on one and fingerprint identification on the other. Plus new colors.
Amazon.com said Sunday it doesn't plan to enter the cell-phone market this year, and if it does eventually, don't expect it the device to be free, Allthingsd.com reported.
Microsoft will unveil its next-generation tablets Monday, and leaks shed light on which upgrades we can look for.
Marissa Mayer called out The Huffington Post for stating incorrectly that she had bought the most expensive mansion in San Francisco.
Here's the text of the letter Carl Icahn sent to Dell shareholders, explaining that he has given up his efforts to block the company's decision to go private.
Apple may get a bigger boost from its event next week than previously expected, industry analysts said.
There's a fake CNN report going around via spam saying "The United States began bombing!" in Syria, and clicking it may result in malware on your device.
Microsoft is making its Xbox Music streaming service available for free on the Web - even to those who don't use Windows 8.
Samsung released its much anticipated new smartwatch to a dubious response from analysts and technology experts.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai remains committed to the firm's flagging TV business despite recent calls for it to be streamlined, he told CNBC at the IFA electronics show in Berlin Wednesday.
The struggling handset maker is now aiming to quickly auction itself off, possibly as soon as November, according to a report.
Forget the mobile wars. The battle of wearable smart devices is finally here. And Samsung and Qualcomm are ahead of the game with the recent launch of their smartwatches.
Retail stores in many markets have run out of Microsoft's Xbox One consoles available for pre-orders, a senior company executive said.
Microsoft's move to buy Nokia's mobile phone business for almost $7.2 billion may cause some investors to jump ship, and for good reason, experts said on Tuesday.
Google, which is known for nick-naming its mobile operating systems after desserts, has for the first time chosen a brand-name candy for its 4.4 version that's expected to launch this fall.
The acquisition of Nokia's device business by Microsoft makes sense economically but it might not do much to help Microsoft compete in the smartphone market.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday that investors who took his advice earlier this summer and bought Nokia stock should now sell it after Microsoft's $7.2 billion deal.
Apple will hold an event Sept. 10, the company confirmed on Tuesday—potentially starting the clock ticking on the newest version of the iPhone.
Verizon's agreement with Vodafone will give the company an edge in an industry where competition and consolidation continue, said CEO Lowell McAdam.
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"Our goal is to get as close to the experience the surfer is having," says the head of a pro surfing organization.
Though Apple posted profits that beat expectations, investor Roger McNamee found reason to throw cold water on the tech giant.
The Apple-IBM partnership also greatly benefits both companies, says Roger McNamee, founding partner of Elevation Capital.