The new Apple Card will have a variable interest rate, and will probably be available to people with only fair credit scores. While it has no fees attached, there are new fees for the closely Apple Pay Cash service. » Read More
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Winfrey explained exactly why Apple's event on Monday mattered: the iPhone. » Read More
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As companies replace email with a broader range of collaboration and productivity tools, the risk of insider data theft is increasing. » Read More
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Apple's decision to distribute its new streaming TV service through third parties is an unusual choice for the company. » Read More
Jim Cramer says the health care, cloud, and transports sectors are crowded, and the lineup of IPOs could dry up investment funds.
In a potential boon for companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin, NASA is asking for $363 million next year to accelerate a program that would develop spacecraft for flying humans to and from the moon.
Zoom's large R&D presence in China, which is likely made easier by CEO Eric Yuan's Chinese background, is turning out to be a major cost saver for the video-conference software maker.
Google's previous robotics program was led by an executive who left amid sexual misconduct allegations.
"People want Apple to create new categories, not just better and better versions of what they already have."
Apple's second-generation AirPods say they support Apple's AirPower mat, which Apple hasn't talked about.
Apple News, which was relaunched on Monday with a premium Apple News+ section, was crashing on Tuesday when people tried to load stories.
Apple is working with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard to launch a credit card that could pose a threat to fintech companies and regional banks.
UPS is rolling out a new drone delivery service for medical samples.
Cisco is unveiling Decibel, an early-stage venture firm, in its latest attempt to stay relevant as the tech world accelerates.
Huawei touted the phone's high-end camera features, with the more advanced P30 Pro coming with a quad-camera setup.
The card, revealed at an elaborate Apple event, is hamstrung by the still-limited reach of Apple Pay, according to analysts led by Goldman's Rod Hall.
The announcement comes as Uber approaches a much-anticipated IPO that reports have said could value the company at as much as $120 billion.
For those seeking safety in the tech trade, these three plays could provide shelter, says Oppenheimer's Ari Wald.
Analysts were left with many questions unanswered at Apple's services event.
Apple stock is typically under pressure the day of its closely watched media events, and Monday was no exception.