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While just about everything seems to be going wrong for BlackBerry at the moment, the company still aims to bring its popular BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service to its biggest rivals.
While it seems obvious that cheap smartphones will eventually overtake high-end sales, the real question is when that will happen.
Guest Post Unbeknownst to many, Colombia is positioning itself as the Silicon Valley of Latin America, vying against Chile and Brazil for this title.
Now that companies are realizing mobile apps are more than just a fad, they’re keen on making sure their apps actually function well.
Chinese site DoNews just revealed two photos of the potential iPad Mini 2 that tell us two things: It’s gold, and it also sports the iPhone 5S Touch ID sensor.
We know BlackBerry’s last quarter was a messy one for the company, but seeing all the details in its second quarter earnings report still hurts.
Eniac Ventures hasn’t gotten tired of mobile startups yet.
Braintree could finally help developers love PayPal — or at least give PayPal another look.
Big news in the payments world this morning: eBay just announced that it has snapped up popular e-commerce payments processor Braintree for $800 million in cash.
Searching for an apartment in New York City is a special kind of hell: The listings lie, brokers are untrustworthy, and renters quickly snap up the few good apartments.
While the Surface 2 looks the same as last year’s model, it features a slew of compelling improvements under the hood.
In Samsung news today, it’s something innovative and something copied.
Now there are finally some updated low-end and mid-range Roku devices to join the company’s flagship Roku 3 box.
Can one of the first leaders in web video make a comeback?
The race is on to make our cars smarter.
While China’s Great Firewall continues to restrict Internet access across most of the country, a small region in Shanghai could soon open up to foreign sites banned elsewhere in China.
The Moto X’s biggest flaw could soon be a thing of the past.
Refinement. That’s what the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 are all about.
NEW YORK CITY — How much can change in a year?
What will Microsoft’s next Surface look like?
This is what it looks like when a giant falls.
With this update, Apple’s days of neglecting the Apple TV seem to be over.
As partners lose faith in Windows RT, Microsoft is positioning the troubled operating system as a way to bring Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps together.
The gold iPhone 5S has quickly become as rare as gold.
For every new security innovation, it’s only a matter of time until hackers find a way around it.
The iPhone 5C isn’t exactly the cheap iPhone we’ve all been waiting for. But Apple chief executive Tim Cook wouldn’t have it any other way.
CyanogenMod is growing up.
BlackBerry’s next BB 10 device ticks all the right boxes for a modern smartphone, though there’s no sign that its ecosystem has gotten any better.
After carving out a solid niche in the mobile economy with in-depth app analytics, App Annie announced today that it has scored $15 million in a third round of funding led by Sequoia Capital.
Want a classic pastrami on rye from Katz’s Deli without having to travel to New York City? Goldbely can make it happen.
It’s a good morning to be a Microsoft shareholder.
If you’ve got an older iPhone or iPod Touch, Apple hasn’t forgotten about you.
Here’s yet another sign that the Nexus 5 is near: Google sold out of all of its current Nexus 4 stock on Monday, and according to the Verge, it won’t be returning.
Tencent, China’s largest web company, announced today that it has poured $448 million into rival Chinese search engine Sugou, a move that further consolidates China’s big Internet firms.
Slowly, but surely, Google Glass is getting easier and less expensive to use.
Frequent flyers, rejoice! Gogo’s in-flight Internet service will receive a major upgrade in 2014 to support streaming video and generally offer a better web browsing experience, the company announced today.
10 edtech companies show off what they’ve learned after an intensive three-month program.
Holding true to its promise to save us from email hell, the startup MxHero is launching an upgraded version of its Gmail extension today, which includes several more ways to manage your inbox.
Apple disappointed many fans today when it didn’t make a livestream available for its new iPhone media event, but now you can at least watch the entire event on the company’s site.