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With iPhone sales dragging Apple revenue down for the first time since 2003, the company needs new growth drivers like the Apple Watch.
Facebook is developing a camera app, similar to disappearing photo app Snapchat, to increase user engagement, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Apple actually strengthened its hold on the high-end smartphone market in mainland China in the March quarter, according to a Nielsen report.
The world's two largest smartphone makers, Apple and Samsung, muscled into Singapore's already-crowded mobile payment space this week.
France has had a long-standing image problem of being anti-innovation. But look a little closer, and the picture is very different.
Apple's latest operating systems could debut as soon as June 13, if a Monday rumor from Siri is any indication.
The wearable camera maker's stock surged more than 19 percent and the company announced it hired Daniel Coster away from Apple.
The International Drone Racing Association signed a multi-year deal with ESPN to bring the new sport of drone racing to the sports network.
Amazon introduced the eight generation of its Kindle e-readers.
A note from KGI securities suggests that shipments of the Apple Watch could fall by more than 25 percent this year.
BlackBerry is planning to launch two mid-range Android devices this year in what analysts are calling the "last opportunity" for the firm.
The FBI's secret method for unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters would not work the later models.
Apple's failure to sustain growth in its iPhone business has brought its share of skeptics, but analysts see opportunities elsewhere.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos gave Twitter followers a helpful heads up Monday: The 8th generation Kindle is almost ready.
Early indications of stronger-than-expected sales of new Galaxy S7 smartphones suggest Samsung is emerging from a two-year decline in mobile.
Google has been asked several times since 2012 to help unlock Android phones, just days after a tussle between Apple and the FBI ended.
Apple refused to help the FBI crack an iPhone out of fear that a backdoor would exist for hackers. The government's workaround is a concern.
As Apple's cybersecurity fight with the FBI fizzles, will it drive sales higher — or drive buyers away?
Samsung launched its mobile payments service Samsung Pay in China on Tuesday, following rival Apple into the country.
Apple may have released a fix to to help users activate their devices, although there still may be an issue with opening hyperlinks.
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