I got a call from my mother-in-law this week. She usually doesn't call me directly unless she has a technology problem, and this time, it was a good one.
Microchip giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing blamed currency fluctuations as it posted a slump in first quarter earnings Thursday, warning that growth was unlikely to pick up before the second half of the year.
Shares in British-headquartered Dialog Semiconductor have plunged after an analyst downgrade that cited uncertainty over the future of its relationship with Apple.
A Beijing court has overturned a ruling that Apple's iPhone 6 violated a Chinese manufacturer's patent which saw the US tech giant ordered to cease selling the smartphone in China.
Billionaire Warren Buffett, famously leery of technology companies, has loaded up on Apple shares after noticing how inseparable iPhone users are from the gadget once they get one in their pocket.
Amazon's Alexa is now able to order up a latte.
The Pixel phone, Google's answer to Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy, is off to a promising start—but might have done even better had Google managed consumer demand as smartly as the device's sleek design.
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit accusing Apple of having an illegal monopoly on the sale of iPhone apps.
It is 10 years this week since Steve Jobs walked onto a stage and said "Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything". He was referring to the iPhone, launched on January 9th 2007.
The 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone reminds us that while it was not the first smartphone, it was the first to achieve mass-market appeal. Since then the iPhone has defined the approach that other smartphone manufacturers ...