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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is branching out as a mobile operator, offering $10-per month phone contracts as it looks to diversify.
Papal visits begin this Tuesday, and happen to coincide with the release iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, slated for Friday.
Several cyber security firms reported finding a malicious program dubbed XcodeGhost that was embedded in hundreds of legitimate apps.
Apple is reportedly among a slew of automakers exploring the laws of self-driving cars in California.
A significant number of Apple customers are reporting their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system.
As the drone industry emerges, police could make a case to add weapons to the aircraft in any area where it hasn't been outlawed.
The developer of the Peace ad-blocking app withdrew from the Apple App Store because of concerns about inadvertently hurting honest publishers.
Early evidence is suggesting demand for the iPhone 6S may be meaningfully lower than last year's model, according to a top-ranked technology analyst.
Analysts and technical analysts are falling in love with one consumer health technology name. Here's why.
Google Glass is now planning to relaunch under new leadership and in a new form. It's a now known inside Google as Project Aura.
A snafu at an Apple supplier could restrict supply of its new iPhone when it launches later this month, according to a report.
The service, dubbed Etsy ASAP, will launch sometime in the fall, Re/code reports.
As tech valuations climb, inevitable comparisons to the dot-com bubble are being made. But it's not quite that simple, says PwC's Pierre-Alain Sur.
A California bill that would have curtailed drone usage, prompting considerable lobbying from tech companies, has died. Re/code reports.
An Amazon spokeswoman said the company will "of course" continue to support the phone for customers who already purchased it.
Apple stock fell after the tech giant unveiled iPhones, iPads, Apple TV, Apple Watch features and a surprise device, the Pencil.
The market has put too much emphasis on Apple product launches, casting a shadow over its "economic innovation," Daniel Ernst said.
Apple also unveiled the iPad Pro and a revamped Apple TV. "The future of TV is apps."
In 2007, Steve Jobs said that Apple products would never use a stylus. Eight years later, the company unveils Apple Pencil.
Samsung said it would make its next smartwatch technology available to its competitors who also use Google's mobile platform Android.
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