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Chinese smartphone start-up Xiaomi could go public in 2025, the founder and chief executive said on Tuesday.
The Yankees have put past conflicts behind them to start a new, official relationship with Stubhub. The NYT reports.
Many want to know what the carrier settings update is for and whether it's safe to download, Recode reports.
A new report suggests Google has a much more aggressive timeline for building its own Android phone than we've previously heard.
Hasselblad is making a proposition to consumers for a new kind of camera, but it won't come cheap and it's not intended for self portraits.
Blackberry climbed more than 3 percent amid an earnings report that said the firm broke even, topping expectations.
Rumors say that Apple is going to ditch the headphone jack on the next iPhone, Verge reports.
Internal Uber calculations, provided to BuzzFeed News by Uber, suggest that drivers in some markets earned less than many think.
Apple will not be making substantial changes to the next iteration of the iPhone, which will come out this fall, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The move may make for a thinner phone, but it may get a mixed response from consumers.
Pearl is trying to upgrade older automobiles with connected hardware.
Pandora co-founder and CEO Tim Westergren announced that the company will release new products in the fall.
A Beijing regulator said it would bar Apple from selling its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models because of "patent infringement" against 100C phones.
Investors may be wary of Apple's recent patent dispute in China, but the move is likely a paper tiger, a legal expert told CNBC.
T-Mobile is working to provide its customers with free video streaming from Facebook.
Uber is experimenting with a telephone dispatch system which allows people without smartphones to call a hotline for a ride, The Verge reported.
Starting today you can make calls and send texts over Wi-Fi with the LG G4, The Verge reported.
A future iPhone could have a curved wraparound screen, according to a patent awarded to Apple on Tuesday.
Snapchat has always been a perfect example of the Silicon Valley mantra of growth first, monetization later.
For the first time, Apple is letting users delete the company's built-in apps. The Verge reports.
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