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Apple will end Ping, a social networking service built into iTunes, this fall, sources have told All Things Digital's John Paczkowski. Ping is likely to be cut off in the next major release of iTunes, according to AllThingsD, which should arrive in the fall along with iOS 6.
The highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III will arrive in America in just about a week; but first, Samsung has another product offering for U.S. consumers: Stickers.
Dell plans to offer shareholders a dividend of 32 cent a share per year, or 8 cents a quarter, Dell announced Tuesday.
Zynga is learning the hard way that Facebook may not be the best platform for gamers, Doug Creutz, media and entertainment analyst for Cowen and Company, told CNBC on Squawk on the Street.
Apple has struck a new alliance with Facebook to integrate the social network into its iPhone, iPad and Mac operating system at the same time as it introduces a range of new MacBook computers.
A battery developer that hit rough times after getting support from President Obama and the federal government claims to have made a breakthrough in the industry.
Apple's stock will top $1,000 within a two-year timeframe, driven by the possible launches of iPhone 5 and an Apple TV before Christmas, as well the tech giant's relationship with China Mobile to sell devices in the world's largest mobile-phone market, analysts tell CNBC.
Scott Sutherland, Managing Director, Equity Research, Wedbush Securities says that new products from Apple and a potential relationship with China Mobile will drive the tech giant's stock higher.
Razor-thin Macbook Pro with eye-popping high def; a new operating system; more languages for Siri. Those were some of the takeaways from the opening day at Apple's highly anticipated developers conference. But Wall Street's greeting: "Ho-hum."
After years of playing hard to get, Apple and Facebook are finally making it official: Apple's new mobile operating system iOS 6 will, for the first time, feature deep integration with Facebook.
Apple unveiled a new MacBook Pro with retina display at it's Worldwide Developers Conference Monday.
Thousands of domain names are about to be released that are being snapped up by firms and brands looking to make their mark online, and on their URL.
Apple's annual developer conference is usually a launching pad for its next big thing — iPhones, iClouds, etc. Here's the big thing at this year's conference.
No customer accounts appear to have been damaged following a cyber attack on professional social networking website Linkedin, its co-founder and executive chairman Reid Hoffman told CNBC on Friday.
Whether cybercrime is driven by hacktivists or cyber gangs targeting brokerage firms, two things are for certain: these groups have changed the reality of security for businesses, and understanding them is critical to taking them down.
Video ads and premium accounts for users are just a couple of ways the new start-up Airtime is floating as potential ideas to generate revenue, co-founder Sean Parker said in an interview with CNBC.
Foursquare is expected to announce an overhaul of its application — one that Dennis Crowley, the chief executive and one of the founders, says is the truest vision of Foursquare, turning it into a recommendation service that could rival sites like Yelp.
HTC, the world’s No. 5 smartphone maker by shipments, is fast losing its “relevance” in a highly competitive market, as cheaper alternatives pose a threat to its growth in China, technology analysts tell CNBC.
Groupon says it is no longer accepting new adult entertainment merchants as customers.
Google Maps will soon offer higher-quality 3-D maps in Google Earth, Google announced at an event in San Francisco Wednesday morning.
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