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After a year during which investors first gave BlackBerry another chance, then threw up their hands, shares have plunged again on more bad news.
Reports from around the world suggest that demand for the new gold iPhone 5s is far outpacing supply.
You think the mythology swirling around Apple and the iPhone is impressive? The ghost of Steve Jobs ain’t got nothin’ on Lars Magnus Ericsson. As the lemmings line up across the country for their golden Apple communicators and the pundits...
Staples and Radio Shack reportedly decide that giving Amazon a home within their walls isn't such a great idea.
Google's Calico is a moonshot effort to help people live longer. Whatever happened to Google's promise to focus?
As iOS 7 sweeps the globe, mobile technology is on its way to becoming the main way we go online.
How Silicon Valley's hottest startup plans to kill the hard drive once and for all.
Box has fashioned a new-age text editor atop its existing file-sharing service, which, according to the company, is used by about 180,000 businesses and roughly 20 million people to send files over the net. In short, you can now create...
Brands want their ads on social networks, which is great news for Twitter. But if that demand means more ads in your stream, that's bad news for everyone else.
Since bottoming out last November, Groupon shares have more than quadrupled. Is the daily deal really staging a comeback?
Twitter has announced, via Twitter, that it has filed the paperwork for its long-anticipated initial public offering.
With its iPhone fingerprint sensor, Apple is paving the way for the day when we no longer rely on PINs -- the digital equivalent of a child's bike lock -- for security.
In the finer points and features of its new iPhones, Apple is laying the groundwork for its future as a company--and, potentially, the future of mobile computing. Here's what we're reading in the tea leaves.
Somewhere along the way, it got to be uncool to reduce one’s risk of failure. Part of this may be because the risk of failure is dramatically lower than it used to be. But another reason is that people have...
Consumers and investors expect more from Apple than other companies. Judging by Wall Street's reaction today, the new iPhones don't deliver.
Under the current patent system, a single lawsuit can stop a startup in its tracks. So why is one company partnering with a man his opponents call one of the country's most notorious trolls?
At a time when more and more Silicon Valley startups are struggling to finally convert users into profits, those in the health sector believe they have a real advantage: Thanks to inflated medical costs, the arrival of Obamacare, and a...
Uber partners with the NFL players' union to address the problem of DUIs among its athletes. But can an app alone really change behavior?
Microsoft's CEO and board are aggressively setting the agenda for the company's future. That means Microsoft's next CEO will have his or her hands tied.
It's the signal that matters, but the buzz is all about what's in your pocket.