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Ryan Leslie, a Grammy-nominated singer, is gearing up to publicly launch SuperPhone.
Apple rose nearly 2 percent amid a report that the tech firm asked its suppliers to make more iPhone 7s than expected.
PayPal is thinning the number of mobile operating systems supported by the company's app down to just two: Android and iOS, the Verge reports.
Sales barely grew in 2015 at the world's second-biggest start-up, Xiaomi, according to Fortune magazine.
A class action lawsuit against Fitbit may have grown teeth with a new study claiming the company’s heart rate trackers are “highly inaccurate.”
Replacing your iPhone could prove quite costly outside of the United States, according to a report by Deutsche Bank.
Imagine being pulled over by the cops while driving, being asked for your license, and you pull out your…smartphone.
A start-up that makes technology to allow you to control devices touch-free with gestures has raised $20 million.
Google is unveiling its next big projects at the I/O conference Wednesday, including watches, VR, and cars, the Verge reports.
Verizon and officials representing about 39,000 striking workers up and down the East Coast have agreed to restart negotiations.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says his company has many ways to keep its options open to compete in the wireless arena.
It's often referred to as the "Uber of China," but Didi Chuxing crushes competitors in the Chinese market.
Apple could "run the entire pay TV market" if it manages to release compelling television hardware and software, an analyst has told CNBC.
Apple's bet on Chinese Uber rival Didi is one of its largest ever investments, The New York Times reports.
Uber's challenge in China is stiffening as local rival Didi Chuxing nabs cash from some of the world's biggest tech companies.
The government can't create a Smart Nation alone, the head of Singapore's innovation agency says - it needs individuals, businesses and investors.
Billions of dollars are at stake in the Android trial, but the tech industry is concerned with what it means for free software.
Investors may be overlooking a big reason why Apple and other tech companies have reported declines in sales. It's consumer gadget fatigue.
Select users in Los Angeles will receive a free UberLUX ride and the option to watch Amazon Original Series shows as they're driven around.
Why Apple made the Apple Watch.
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