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U.S. telecommunications rivals Verizon and AT&T are set to go through to the third and final round of bidding in the auction for Yahoo's core assets.
A thief dressed as an Apple store employee walked off with $16,000 worth of iPhones, NBC News reports.
Qualcomm, one of Apple's major chip suppliers, fell almost 2 percent Friday after reports that Intel inked a chip order with Apple.
A new study claims that 1 in 20 adults in the U.K. think that one of their thumbs is bigger than the other thanks to phone use.
Lenovo teamed up with Google to launch a smartphone with augmented reality as its looks to step up its challenge Apple and Samsung.
Uber today will roll out a feature allowing users to schedule rides up to 30 days in advance.
Japanese messaging app operator Line Corp receives approval to list on the Tokyo and New York stock exchanges.
Matchmaking app Tinder will soon be shutting off its service to under-18s, according to a company statement.
Apple is preparing to include search in its App Store, taking on Google in the $100 billion mobile ad market.
Apple will begin rolling out new incentives, including a revenue-share model in its iOS App Store, reported the Verge.
The mobile app boom kicked off in July 2008, when Apple introduced the App Store. Now it is over, Recode reports.
Apple's annual WWDC is usually less hyped than its higher-profile product launches, but this year's event, which starts Monday, might be an exception.
T-Mobile announced Monday it will give existing and new customers a share of its stock and launch an app for deals.
Line is aiming to raise about $3bn in a dual Tokyo-New York listing, as the Japanese messaging app looks to arm itself against rivals.
Legal probes would not stop Huawei from investing heavily in the U.S., according to one of the top executives at the Chinese smartphone giant.
An payment network launched by big banks is processing billions of dollars in cash transfers that once went to financial technology companies.
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