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Consumers in China will not be able to buy the new iPhone 6 as part of the first wave of buyers around the world this month.
Apple shares rose, while Pacific Crest downgraded the stock, citing stagnant iPhone growth and a "lack of compelling features" on the Apple Watch.
Nearly 5 million Gmail usernames and passwords surfaced on Wednesday on a Russian Bitcoin forum.
Google X acquired Lift Labs, which developed a $295 spoon that detects and counteract the movement of tremors, Re/code reports.
Strong earnings results from this company confirmed it remains best way to play cybersecurity right now, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Disney's CFO says Apple Pay makes life easier for its guests and employees, and also addresses the company's acquisition of Maker.
The video game's sales, which equate to roughly 9 million copies sold, were even higher than most analysts had forecast.
Apple just made its assault on antiquated payment systems—will it kill some new ones in the process?, asks Fast Money trader Brian Kelly.
There may be a few pieces missing from the Apple's Watch, the tech giant's first foray into wearable devices.
As new phones from Samsung and Apple hit the market, all the big carriers are aiming to pick up new customers from their rivals.
Shares in luxury watchmakers lost their shine on Wednesday after Apple released its hotly-anticipated smartwatch.
Traders say the Apple Watch was the disappointment of the day, when Apple introduced it along with two new iPhone 6 models and a payment system.
Analysts and shareholders weighed in after Apple's highly anticipated new product announcement Tuesday.
A person familiar with the negotiations says Microsoft could end up paying up to $2.5 billion, including earn outs and other bonuses, for Mojang.
Apple's Tim Cook introduced a swath of long-rumored products on Tuesday, including two new iPhones, a mobile payments system and a watch.
The stock rises about 2.5 percent, on average, in the week after introducing a new iteration of the iPhone.
The most anticipated new Apple device isn't an iPhone, according to one tech expert.
The man who ran Apple for 10 years is betting it will reveal a "game-changing product" that could revolutionize the entire industry.
Brian Blair, Rosenblatt Securities, discusses what he expects to see when Tim Cook unwraps Apple's latest products. Everyone is going to be focused on the wearable, says Blair.
Apple shares have had a huge run ahead of Tuesday's product announcement. But are investors in for a bitter repeat of 2012?
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