Apple has filed an appeal in the Epic case, citing "unintended downstream consequences."
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The new iPhone is here, and Apple is calling it Pro. Here's why.
If Apple wants to start growing iPhone sales again, it should target the mid-range market like Google and Samsung.
President Trump on Saturday announced that U.S. companies were once again able to do business with Huawei, ending a ban that was supposed to take effect in 60 days.
After several poor reviews and broken devices, Samsung has reportedly decided to delay the launch of the Galaxy Fold originally planned for Friday, April 26.
Now that we've learned the new Mac Pro won't be launching until sometime in 2019, it might be time for Apple to rethink its product announcement strategy.
Samsung has emerged from the ashes of the Note7 debacle with the radically redesigned S8 and S8+, the first phones to include the Snapdragon 835 chip.
Samsung will be refurbishing some recalled Note7s for re-use, as well as removing components and extracting metals from the ill-fated phablet.
Samsung will be bringing a new tablet to Mobile World Congress this year, the first update to the flagship Galaxy Tab S line in nearly 18 months.
Samsung will run batteries through extensive testing to check durability, charging, build quality, and leakage before shipping new smartphones.
A vulnerability in the popular messaging service WhatsApp could allow Facebook to read supposedly encrypted messages.
The company is also preparing to release a Google Play app that opens the service to other Android phones.
Research by team of engineers reveals that the Samsung Galaxy Note7's case, not the batteries, was the problem.
Apple is all about skating to where the puck is going, not where it's been. Here's one theory about Apple's next steps.
The iPhone keynote was a highlight of Apple's whole ride.