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Nokia struck back at Google on Friday over its accusation that the cellphone maker was colluding with Microsoft to make money out of their patents.
The market for the ads that dot smartphone and tablet screens is expected to soar to $10.8 billion in U.S. sales by 2016, from $2.6 billion expected this year, according to research firm eMarketer.
What happens when a tech start up shuts down, and still has all of your information?
Accessible technology has meant that children in poorer families are spending considerably more time than those from more well-off families playing games and connecting on gadgets, The New York Times reports.
As bathrooms overtake kitchens as the nation's top remodeling priority, more consumers are going high-tech: steam showers with built-in speakers, medicine cabinets with integrated TVs, and toilets with MP3/phone docking stations.
Alex Gauna, JMP Securities senior research analyst, discusses his outlook on Research in Motion and why he upgraded the company to "market perform."
Oops. Mitt Romney's new iPhone app misspells the word "America" and the typo has gone viral. Oops. Mitt Romney's new iPhone app misspells the word "America" and the typo has gone viral.
Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted the Ping social network has failed to excite most users, hinted at closer relations with Facebook, and called gaming on the TV "could be interesting" for Apple.
Research In Motion, the embattled BlackBerry maker, said Tuesday it has hired JPMorgan and RBC Capital Markets to review the company's business and financial performance.
According to Apple Insider, the company will hold the keynote at 10 a.m. PT on Monday, June 11, the first day of the WWDC conference. It will kick off the 4-day event, which will run through June 15 in San Francisco.
Veterans are moving on to Silicon Valley to be the next potential tech entrepreneurs.
Lady Gaga is launching her own social network this summer, but the niche social website isn't meant to lure people from Facebook, said the founder of the startup company that is building her hangout.
IBM bans Siri over security concerns, according to a new report. Behind IBM ban: Siri queries are stored in unknown place and manner.
Google's 7-inch Android tablet is real — it's even being passed around inside the Googleplex
On Wednesday night Yahoo unveiled Yahoo! Axis, a slick new mobile browser and desktop browser plug-in that lets you view visual search thumbnails of webpages, without leaving the page you're on.
Facebook on Thursday announced a new application for the iPhone and iPod Touch called Facebook Camera , which is intended to make it easier to take pictures and share them on Facebook.
The day's non-business news, including Jaguar Land Rover's new XJ Ultimate hitting the Chinese market, a solar power plane taking off in Europe, and "Star Trek" actor James Doohan's ashes getting launched into space.
Intel is launching research in Israel into technology that mimics the human brain and develops devices that "learn" about their user.
As the two longest wars in American history come to a close, and defense spending decelerates, defense contractors are quickly devising ways to alter their war-time technology for commercial and civilian use.
Despite an eyebrow-raising 27,000 layoffs, Hewlett-Packard CEO said the company is in just the early stages of an ambitious reorganization to turn around a slide in profit.
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