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Hundreds of fake retail and product apps have popped up in Apple’s App Store in recent weeks, according to NYT.
Samsung said Friday that nearly 85 percent of the recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices in the U.S. have been returned or exchanged for another device.
Apple is working on an improved way to find a wireless device after shutdown, according to a new patent.
China's top internet regulator now requires the country's live-streamers to hold a broadcasting license.
Apple is speeding up its carrier billing rollouts, signing deals in Russia and the Middle East to enable mobile payments.
They may look similar, but the two companies stack up differently in key areas such as users, infrastructure, advertising demand and leadership.
Google's Android grabbed a record market share in the third-quarter at the expense of Apple's iOS which posted a decline.
BlackBerry's deal with Ford to provide software for its connected cars is a huge win for the struggling handset maker, says money manager Michael Yoshikami.
Amazon's shipments of tablets grew four-fold in the third quarter as the overall market plunged, but Apple and Samsung held their top position.
Facebook is testing another new product that looks and feels very similar to — you guessed it — Snapchat, Recode reports.
Huawei's co-CEO Ken Hu tells CNBC that 5G, AI and product feature improvements will transform smartphones over the next few years.
If Qualcomm was thinking about entering into other sectors outside of mobile, then purchasing NXP Semiconductors is a smart move, says Christopher Caso.
The crisis could come as a result of hostile actions from another country or internal conflict over privacy and security legislation, said Forrester.
Randall L. Stephenson has a vision for the future if regulators approve AT&T's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner, the New York Times reports.
Shares of Samsung Electronics finished higher Thursday despite a bad third quarter. Here's why investors are optimistic on the stock.
Mobile phones can play a crucial role in empowering women through technology, according to Cherie Blair.
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