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Eight Alibaba customers got to ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on the company's huge stock market debut – but 40 minutes later, the exchange had yet to report Alibaba results.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. set its stock price at $68 a share — the top of its range — on the eve of its initial public offering, meaning that it is set to raise more than $25 billion and that the company’s overall value is higher than Amazon.com’s.
IPhone and iPad enthusiasts, contain yourselves: iOS 8 is ready for download Wednesday.
Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus topped a record-breaking 4 million in the first 24 hours the phones were on sale, according to Apple.
It was a rough night for a lot of Apple fans.
Over the years, Apple has faced a variety of challenges in bringing its products to Chinese consumers. For its soon-to-be-released iPhone 6, the company may be running up against the Chinese government’s determination to push forward the nation’s homegrown 4G standard.
T-Mobile held a media event Wednesday ostensibly to announce a slew of new Wi-Fi initiatives. But Chief Executive John Legere couldn't resist getting in a few jabs at rivals Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.
If you see the “spinning wheel of death” on some of your favorite sites Wednesday, don’t worry -- your Internet connection probably isn’t any slower.
The Apple Watch, which is to go on sale early next year with more than 20 different looks and a minimum price of $349, has its share of innovations: A screen made out of sapphire glass on some versions to increase its scratch-resistance. A "digital touch" feature that allows people to give...
San Francisco-based Listen.com launched Rhapsody, the first online music subscription service, late in 2001, long before Netflix had a single customer for its streaming videos. Today, Netflix has more subscribers in the U.S. alone -- 36 million -- than there are paying subscribers to...
Apple’s first new product line in the post-Steve Jobs era, as expected, is a smartwatch that goes on sale early next year.
Arriving Sept. 19, the new iPhone brings Apple in line with smartphones from Samsung, HTC and others while making a name for itself with powerful photo and video features.
In just over an hour, Apple is set to hold a live event in Cupertino, Calif., to announce its latest products. The company could be heading in a brand new direction with a tech wearable, possibly dubbed the iWatch. A couple of new iPhones also could be making their debut.
The dating app start-up Tinder has resolved a sexual harassment lawsuit lodged by one of its early employees without admitting wrongdoing, and one of the executives targeted by the lawsuit has left the company.
People who upload a video to Facebook and allow it to be played by anyone will be able to see how many times it has been viewed beginning Monday.
There's been a load of iPhone 6 scuttlebutt on the eve of Apple's big Tuesday announcements. Forget, for now, all that iWatch talk and focus on the phone(s). We picked seven rumors, some of which seemed right on and others that seemed right wacky. When all is said and done, we'll update this...
Three years into his tenure running one of the world’s most important companies, Tim Cook is on the eve of a defining moment.
Alibaba Group Holding has set the price range for its initial public offering between $60 and $66 a share, and hopes to raise a record-shattering $24.3 billion in what would be the biggest IPO ever.
With about 3.5 million tons of illegally reprocessed cooking oil returning to dinner tables each year, Chinese consumers are desperately looking for an easy way to help them determine if the oil they use is safe.
Apple plans to send an alert to users when their iCloud backup is being downloaded to a new device, the company's chief executive said days after several celebrities had their cache of photos, contacts and other data accessed by someone who posted nude photos from those archives to an online...