Apple plans to hold a "special event" on Oct. 16 in Cupertino, California, the company announced on Wednesday.
Climbing Google search requires a new strategy. Updated algorithms punish once prominent sites, lifting pages deemed content rich.
Discussing teen interest in the Apple Watch and investor expectations, with Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a suit filed by Amazon workers who claim they should be compensated for time spent in security screenings.
The implosion of Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies offers a dramatic illustration of how the iPhone maker can put the screws to suppliers.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's after hours buzz: Kraft, Yahoo, Yum & more
Downloads for Apple's new iOS 8 software are down with only 47 percent of devices using it, and analysts point to its early operating issues and heavy memory use.
Just when you thought the iPhone 6 saga couldn't possibly get worse, users are now saying the phone is causing them to lose hair, literally.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Mobile accessory companies are investing in new iPhone 5 gear after the iPhone 6 launch—and there's a method to the madness.
Dan Costa of PCMag.com said Samsung should take a page from Apple's book and focus on less products.
Jim Suva, Citi director of investment research, provides his outlook on Apple and Samsung. Suva says Apple is innovating, gaining more share and attracting consumers.
Samsung’s latest business move isn’t as sexy as a new smartphone, but the company is betting it will be lucrative. Here's what it's doing.
As less original research is done, companies have increasingly learned how to play the "game" of lowering estimates going into the quarter.
In a lesser-known corner of the online payments industry, called carrier billing, Boku announces that it's acquiring mopay.
Brussels is confronting Luxembourg over an unorthodox Amazon tax deal, the FT reports.
Samsung Electronics forecast below-view third quarter earnings results on Tuesday, citing weakness in its mobile business.
Made famous by a clever tweet, Oreo was known as the real-time marketing king. But, after nearly 600 days, its reign came to an end.
The seller said he was sent the device by Verizon when he simply ordered a normal iPhone 6.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: CalAmp, Container Store & more.