The seven-figure deal. It's the holy grail of software. For a small start-up like Quid, it marks entry into the big leagues.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
Chinese shares led gains in Asia on Monday, touching a five-year high on rising stimulus bets.
Users of Alibaba's mobile payment systems could soon be able to pay by scanning their face with a smartphone,
Asian shares rose on Thursday, boosted by better-than-expected Australian jobs data from Australia and a surprise rate cut in South Korea.
South Korean stocks are underperforming their regional peers this year, but one bright spot has emerged as the country's cultural exports gain popularity overseas: consumer stocks.
Expect Apple’s jump into wearables to pay off in the long run, some analysts said.
Privacy experts warn that with so many microphones and cameras in homes, outsiders could have more insight into your life than you know.
As homes get smarter and products and appliances are interconnected to the Internet, consumers are more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Asian shares largely rose on Friday, supported by a stronger close on Wall Street overnight, with Japanese and South Korean markets scaling fresh highs.
Apple may be late to the game with its smartwatch, but tardiness won't hinder its success, say analysts.
The Facebook-owned virtual reality company, Oculus, will actively market the Gear VR headset as a full-fledged consumer device.
Australian shares fell below the flatline on Tuesday after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) surprised most market watchers by holding back on further easing.
After shaking up the global smartphone industry with its low-cost handsets, Xiaomi is moving on to its next target: the action camera market.
With the Nasdaq hitting 5,000, are we in a tech bubble? John Sculley, former CEO of Apple, weighs in on why he doesn't think we are.
With Samsung unveiling its S6 models, can it still remain competitive against Apple? John Sculley, former CEO of Apple, says that Samsung has to have more than "beautiful hardware" to beat the tech giant, Apple.
Samsung's new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones versus Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan and Tom's Guide Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer talk about how Samsung's new Galaxy phones stack up against Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
While the S6's curve screen sets it apart from its rivals, "incremental improvements" may not be enough to wrestle market share from Apple's iPhone 6, says Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst at IDC Asia Pacific.
The launch of Samsung's mobile payment system Samsung Pay, along with Apple Pay, will enable mobile commerce to gain traction, especially in the U.S, says Loo Wee Teck, head of Consumer Electronics at Euromonitor International.