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With the proliferation of smartphones, tablets and other network-enabled gadgets, telecom companies will continue to build out their wireless networks to support the anticipated explosion in data usage.
Apple rolled out its iPhone 5 in stores across the world Friday but Apple fans are going to have to wait a little longer before they can get their hands on the "Lightning" adapter, the device that makes it possible to connect the new phone to old accessories, according to a report.
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While Nintendo's new Wii U videogame console is still two months away from launch, gamers are already lining up to get their hands on one.
Apple users complained about the inaccuracies of the Apple Maps - a new navigation app for the iPhone and iPad – but that did not stop them from lining up for the latest smartphone from the company on Friday.
Apple Maps, released Wednesday as part of the iO6 rollout, is getting slammed by users as being, well, no Google Maps.
The U.S. intelligence community is focused on Iran after a series of cyber attacks against US banks, including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.
Google's Venture fund is planning to invest $1 billion in a wide-range of start-ups over the next five years, but the firm isn't necessarily looking for the next Facebook, Twitter or other media related business.
The software maker reported quarterly earnings that were in line with analysts' expectations, but its revenue fell short of forecasts on Thursday.
Any company in the Internet space worries about Google, but it hasn't had an impact on Kayak’s business, the company’s co-founder and CEO, Steve Hafner, said in a CNBC interview.
AT&T is not the first or only carrier to raise awareness on this issue, but the message is starting at the top and it’s personal.
While Facebook, its board, its IPO underwriters (which include Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan), and Nasdaq may be eager to forget about the social network’s much-maligned May debut, the group was reminded today that disgruntled investors will not let the issue die anytime soon.
Millions of iPhone customers may soon find themselves losing touch with an old friend: Google’s maps, the New York Times reports.
There’s a Mac to PC fight going on in the video sharing space, Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
Apple began rolling out its latest operating system Wednesday, just a few days before its iPhone 5 is scheduled to hit store shelves.
Microsoft has boosted its quarter dividend by 3 cents, or 15 percent, to 23 cents per share. The new dividend is payable December 13.
At $700 a share, Apple is still undervalued and could hit the $1,000 mark, said James Altucher, founder of Stockpicker.com, on Tuesday. But with Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD on the way to market, the iPhone and iPad maker still faces headwinds, he cautioned.
Despite all its cutting-edge technology, Google has turned to the humble text message to break into Nigeria's booming economy.
Inspired by a pillar of antiquity, the Library of Alexandria, Brewster Kahle has a grand vision for the Internet Archive, the giant aggregator and digitizer of data, which he founded and leads. Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, in the company warehouse in Richmond, Calif.
Apple's stock passed $700 for the first time ever in after-hours trading on Monday.
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