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BlackBerry's John Chen says he's happy with his company's performance now that it has posted a surprise second-straight quarterly profit.
Twitter is launching its live-video streaming app out of beta, pitting it against Meerkat in this space.
For investors that can stomach the volatility, BlackBerry should be an attractive company in 2016, according to this analyst.
Apple is pressing ahead with an overhaul of its digital music services to compete directly with Spotify, the NYT reports.
Facebook Messenger has amassed more than 600 million monthly active users, as CEO Mark Zuckerberg seeks to dominate the newest mobile battleground.
A new app by Instagram allows users to create collages and edit photos.
What time is it? It's time for a date. Online dating just keeps getting easier.
Hackers are hijacking the app download process on Android smartphones and installing malware without users’ knowledge, a new report has found.
Even though it is surrounded by excitement and growing demand, the Apple Watch will not overtake the watch market, Cowen's Oliver Chen says.
Square is taking its payments service to businesses, targeting the 13 billion checks that are written every year, amounting to more than $1 trillion.
Tinder has hired high-profile tech exec Chris Payne as its new CEO, replacing current CEO and Sean Rad, Recode reports.
How safe is the Apple Watch? You might be surprised by what security researchers are saying.
Uber now has 14,088 cars in its New York City fleet, compared to 13,587 yellow cabs, the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission said.
After the Sony breach, insecure mobile platforms and downloaded apps are becoming a growing, costly problem for businesses.
—As workers start bringing wearable devices into the office, experts warned —they could pose a major security threat to businesses this year.
Apple is making easier for Android users to switch to the iPhone.
Samsung has hinted at further enterprise partnerships with BlackBerry as it looks to strengthen its business appeal.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Want to turn your car's windscreen into a 3D satellite navigation display? There's an app for that.
Why would you buy a $10,000 Apple Watch Edition over a Rolex? And has the Apple device now become an investable timepiece?
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