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Apple has launched its contactless payment service in Russia as it continues the global rollout of Apple Pay.
BlackBerry is interesting today is that it provides an example of an incumbent business being disrupted by sprightlier newcomers, The Verge reports.
Wireless carriers are being directed by regulators to add support for web and phone number links, as well as longer text messages.
One social enterprise is offering a win-win - combating food wastage by connecting hungry consumers to restaurants willing to sell leftover food cheaply.
Samsung acted with "arrogance" and "double standards" in the handling of its Galaxy Note 7 recall in China, state broadcaster CCTV wrote.
Apple's newest operating system, iOS 10, pits Apple against Facebook and Snapchat. That means some cutting-edge texting options.
A YouTube video purports to show iPhone 7 users how to self-install a headphone jack—with predictably disastrous results.
It's looking likely that iPhone models slated for 2017 will adopt a glass exterior, according to technology blog 9to5Mac.
Snap is expected to conduct a "closed" rollout of new camera-mounted Spectacles, The Information reported.
The move took 11 points off the Dow Jones industrial average, with the stock as the third-greatest contributor to declines in the index.
Component orders for Apple's iPhone 7 have risen, one report said, providing another hint at how the device may be selling.
BlackBerry says it will rely on partners for any hardware efforts, Recode reports.
Russia's answer to the iPhone will go on sale in 2018 for a starting price of only $130, the country's state news agency TASS has reported.
U.N. Creative Director Gabo Arora wants to make people feel and see pressing humanitarian issues through virtual reality storytelling.
Gary Dickerson predicts consumers will see a large adoption of OLED displays for mobile devices and more drastic changes to the screen.
Jabil Circuit's stock dipped on Thursday as it announced a restructuring, despite posting results that topped expectations.
Apple is spending more to manufacture its iPhone 7 smartphone than predecessor iPhone 6S, according to a teardown by IHS Markit.
Verizon has begun taking orders for Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, after stopping sales of the device earlier due to fire-prone batteries.
"The iPhone 7 for us has been a smashing success," Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure tells CNBC.
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