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BlackBerry's turnaround phase continues as it releases the BlackBerry Passport.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
Scott Kupor, COO at Andreessen Horowitz, says that enterprise tech is at the cusp of a "revolution."
Social media and technology blogs have been awash with news on Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus, claiming the new device suffers from a surprisingly flexible defect.
A fake ad claiming Apple iOS8 users could charge their iPhones in the microwave has gone viral, after users who fell for the scam ruined their devices.
BlackBerry's hope is that the Passport will appeal to the elite smartphone user that its brand used to own as it stakes its future on becoming a provider of secure enterprise software.
A year after his company went private, Michael Dell talked about the PC business, whether he'll take Dell public again, and cloud startup valuations.
Rocket Internet, the German start-up, has priced shares for its IPO at a market capitalisation of €6.2 billion ($7.9 billion), the FT reports.
Samsung has a bigger problem than Apple, says Michael Yoshikami. Here's what it is.
Activision Blizzard has scrapped plans to release Titan—its long awaited next generation massively multiplayer online video game.
Ron Johnson, Apple's former SVP of retail operations, is planning a high-end, on-demand delivery service for gadgets, MacRumors said.
Apple spends $200 to $247 in parts and labor to build an iPhone 6, a teardown analysis of the device shows, Re/code reports.
Jack Ma struck a populist tone at the Clinton Global Initiative on Tuesday, saying Alibaba will continue to focus on small and mid-sized partners.
CEO Michael Dell has seen Dell grow and change in the last year. He speaks to CNBC about going private, tech valuations and Alibaba's public debut.
Apple spends $200 to $247 in parts and labor to build an iPhone 6, a teardown analysis of the device due to be released later today shows.
The CNBC crowd voted on the luxury wearable device they want, and the MOTA SmartRing took the title of Tech Crowd leader.
Daimler has unveiled plans for a self-driving Mercedes truck, predicting that driverless trucks could hit highways in 10 years' time.
Why would Apple plan to shut down Beats Music, as a TechCrunch headline reports? Answer: It’s not.
US energy and bank executives need to be prepared for Russian cyber-retaliation, says the director of the GWU Homeland Security Policy Institute.
As smartwatches start hitting the market, new devices are already trying to take things to the next level, including a smart ring and bracelet.
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Evernote wants to take advantage of the synergy between wearables and other platforms.
Founders Fund partner Scott Nolan doesn't see a bubble forming in the Nasdaq, but there are other red flags in the tech sector, he tells CNBC.
Amazon's cloud will eventually overtake its retail business, Weblogs CEO Jason Calacanis said.