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Hackers have released a file that they say contains more than one million identification numbers for Apple iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices.
The Facebook IPO was handled correctly, according to Mark Cuban.
Apple is positioning itself to abandon all of Google's products, including their almighty search product, Ben Schacter told CNBC's Squawk on the Street Tuesday.
Apple has finally confirmed the date of its next product announcement and gave a pretty obvious hint that the company would be debuting the iPhone 5.
Technology's ceaseless pursuit of efficiency appears to be claiming another victim: voice mail.
Back when Apple was an underdog, it had an easier time shrouding its product announcements in mystery and perhaps catching its competitors off guard.
David Ebersman is Facebook’s well-liked, boyish-looking 41-year-old chief financial officer. He’s not as well known as Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s founder and chief executive, or Sheryl Sandberg, its chief operating officer and recently appointed director but the catastrophic IPO is being laid firmly at his door. The New York Times reports.
Which matters more, next week’s rumored iPhone 5 launch or the European Central Bank rescue plan expected this Thursday? Speculation about an iPad Mini or the worsening economic slowdown in China? The FT reports.
A few analysts think Facebook could be a bargain, especially if new business initiatives go its way.
Tech stocks on the cutting edge of enterprise solutions — cloud-computing, mobile and "big data" — have outperformed this year. Case in point: Splunk.
Facebook is cracking down on fake page Likes and plans to delete Likes that violate the company's policy, the social network said Friday. Get the details.
The California state legislature just approved a bill paving the way for driverless cars to be allowed on Golden State freeways.
Some governments are using sophisticated, off-the-shelf computer espionage software to target political dissidents.
Major investors of public companies are required to disclose when they buy and sell stock. A few have done so for Facebook, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The rumored iPad mini, as it has been called, is likely to be more popular than its full size predecessor, and could likely outsell the full size iPad two to one, Moorhead said.
President Obama took to Reddit, a social news website, to answer readers' questions, and boy, did they have questions!
Pandora Media should see continued growth in its mobile revenues as marketers spend more on mobile ads, the company’s CEO Joseph Kennedy told CNBC’s "Closing Bell."
Samsung added to its holiday lineup of phones and tablets Wednesday, including the a refreshed version of the Galaxy Note "phablet."
Apple might have scored a key courtroom victory against Samsung late last week, but the fight is hardly over between the two tech giants.
RealNetworks, an online media pioneer, told employees it would lay off 14 percent of the staff. But instead of trying to keep it private, the founder posted the news to his Facebook page.
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