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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.
This is how Apple is taking on the low-end smartphone competition.
The customer may not always be right, but businesses today are falling over themselves to make sure it feels that way.
It’s now a safe bet that Apple’s next iPhone will sport a fingerprint scanner.
Why fight to rule the mobile payments landscape when you can empower others?
Icahn says Michael Dell’s management of his company’s investors is worse than a dictatorship.
Typically quiet Amazon has jumped to deny rumors that it’s working on a smartphone that would be offered to consumers for free.
Editor's Pick For Nuance, the cloud was its ticket for bringing its voice recognition technology into smartphones and tablets.
The case for an iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor is shaping up, just days before Apple’s September 10 media event.
Guest Post Why did Microsoft buy Nokia? Stephen Elop, Nokia’s former CEO, could be one big reason.
After being found guilty of e-book price fixing in July, a U.S. District Court judge has finally laid out Apple’s punishment.
In the unlikely case that you’re both a fan of Windows Phone and someone who wants a large screened smartphone, I present to you the Nokia Lumia 1520.
If the Galaxy Gear’s bulkiness and lukewarm reception hasn’t scared you off yet, you’ll likely be able to get your hands on one at the beginning of October.
After discussing its vision of a digital payments future over the past few years, PayPal is finally making it a reality today with the launch of its new iPhone and Android apps.
Lenovo had two big choices after releasing its troubled IdeaPad Yoga last year: Refine, or give up.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear may not be the smartwatch that will make regular consumers give a damn about smartwatches, but it’s a notable evolutionary step for wearable computing.
It’s been a long time coming, but today Samsung officially announced its Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Samsung showed off the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch at a big press event at the IFA conference in Berlin today. Below, check out our live blog of the event, which I covered from a remote press viewing event in New York City.
New York City-based WunWun is doubling down on its ability to get just about anything delivered to you in Manhattan.
Jawbone doesn’t do simple upgrades.
Sadly, no big surprises from this upgrade.
Guest Post Has VMworld become too big for the startup ecosystem from where it came?
The former Windows Phone head admits marketing efforts so far have been weak.
ThinkPad fans, it’s your lucky day.
In a deal that many saw coming, Microsoft just announced that it’s acquiring Nokia’s devices and services business for more than $7 billion in cash.
After months of speculation, Verizon announced today that it has bought out British telco Vodafone’s stake in Verizon Wireless.
The iPhone 5C leaks just keep piling in.
After making a big jump into e-books a few years ago, Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten is once again following in Amazon’s footsteps.