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Apple gave no figures on Watch sales, but a number of researchers have come out with estimates that gives the tech giant a massive market share.
Xiaomi has struck a partnership with Uber that will allow users to order the Chinese company's new device through the taxi hailing app.
Periscope CEO hints that new features could be on the way for the app.
GoPro and Toyota have united on a deal to help adventure seekers capture all their off-road excitement on camera.
Rebecca Minkoff is an accessories and apparel designer who recently launched a 'smart jewelry' collection for the fashion-forward.
It seems this unusual feature is no longer available.
Swiss watchmaker Swatch has already made 20,000 smartwatches ahead of its summer launch in the U.S., China and Switzerland.
Nokia said it would return to the phone business but go with a brand-licensing model, after it sold its devices unit to Microsoft in 2013.
SunTrust's Bob Peck explains why Fitbit is the best play in the wearables market.
Samsung is moving up the launch of its Galaxy Note smartphone to distance itself from Apple, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Uber says the move is aimed at reducing traffic congestion in New York City.
Microsoft announced a massive restructuring of its Nokia devices business, but analysts say the tech giant can't exit smartphones.
The Google-owned start-up is the latest to show interest in the ride-sharing space, despite the controversy surrounding Uber.
The high-definition camera company announced the launch of the lightest, smallest camera in its catalog.
The new iPhone has entered production, Taiwan-based DigiTimes reports.
Uber has suspended its uberPOP service in France following riots by taxi drivers and the arrest of two of the company's executives.
9-to-5 Mac's Mark Gurman explains what Apple fans can expect from the new iPhone model.
Things got ugly on Wednesday when T-Mobile CEO John Legere publicly criticized Sprint's new advertising campaign.
Xiaomi has revealed disappointing sales figures for the first half of the year, but analysts insisted growth wasn't grinding to a halt.
Xiaomi's Hugo Barra explains what Xiaomi needs to do in order to grow its footprint in the Americas.
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