Apple spends way less than Microsoft on R&D
When it comes to spending on research and development, the iThing maker barely cracks the European Union's top 50 list.
Relaxing gadget rules on European flights
The top aviation regulator in Europe will soon allow airline passengers to use their smartphones, tablets and e-books during take-off and landing, echoing changes in the U.S.
Interim BlackBerry CEO could get $87 million
Trying to turn around BlackBerry is no easy feat, but interim CEO John Chen could score a huge payday if his efforts succeed.
Hot startup Coin has 3 big problems
Coin's splashy launch grabbed lots of press -- but the digital credit card has several big issues that could keep it from being a mainstream success.
What is Snapchat?
A quick look at the company that reportedly turned down $3 billion from Facebook
Microsoft's Surface 2 still falls short
Microsoft has made substantial improvements to the Surface 2, but it still isn't enough to make it a great tablet.
Kindle Fire HDX: Only for Amazon diehards
For better or worse, Amazon's excellent hardware revolves around Amazon. So the Kindle Fire HDX may not be the best tablet for Android fans.
What it costs to make the iPad Air
Breaking down Apple's 32GB tablet into its parts reveals the true cost and profit of the $729 iPad Air.
Where BlackBerry's ousted CEO went wrong
BlackBerry's ousted CEO Thorsten Heins tried to replicate Apple and Google's consumer success, rather than focus on the company's core customers.
A virtual shop for indie comic creators
ComiXology's Submit platform allows independent comic creators to sell their work on virtual shelves next to Batman, Spiderman, and Wonder Woman.
Bringing financial inclusion to the Horn of Africa
Zaad mobile wallet powers economic development and job creation in Somaliland.
The iPad Air in NYC: Apple's quietest launch yet
We counted 419 customers, 50% of 2012's iPad mini launch, 35% of 2011's iPad 2
Nokia surges 8% on optimistic outlook
Shares in Nokia jumped by over 8% after senior management issued an upbeat forecast and prepared to finalize the sale of its phone division to Microsoft.
Nexus 7 is the best Android tablet
Google's update to its 7-inch tablet is a lesson on how to correctly build an Android tablet
LinkedIn's latest? Smarter email.
A peek at how the professional social network wants to enrich mobile users' current messaging experience.
iPad Air and Mini: Hands-on
A first look at Apple's latest tablets.
iCar? Analyst says Apple should buy Tesla
In the latest open letter to Apple, Berenberg analyst Andaan Ahmad argues the company should buy electric carmaker Tesla to secure its long-term future.
FON's new Wi-Fi router is a community hotspot
Buyers can use other FON routers anywhere, free of charge.
9 apps every business traveler needs
You don't need a personal assistant or a corporate travel department. These apps will change how you get around, saving you time -- and money.
Trading in your iPad? Do it now
A new iPad is probably coming soon, and companies that buy used electronic devices say they're experiencing a surge of customers trading in their old tablets.
Employees really want to use their personal devices at work
Banning personal devices at work might safeguard sensitive networks, but new research shows younger employees increasingly circumvent the rules.
Apple's iPad problem
If Apple's iPad reboot is major, it would be the first big update for the full-size iPad in two years.
Angela Ahrendts will be Apple's only female executive
When Angela Ahrendts takes over Apple's retail business next year, she'll be the only female in the company's 10-person executive suite.
Dan Loeb bets on 'new' Nokia
The activist investor expects Nokia to return some of its cash windfall to shareholders and sees potential in the company's remaining business lines.
Windows Phone 8.1 supports bigger and faster phones
Windows Phone 8.1 is a small update that will benefit big phones.
BlackBerry: We're not dead yet
BlackBerry is appealing directly to its customers to stay loyal, publishing an open letter in newspapers around the world Tuesday that touts its technology and financial position.
Apple shares back above $500
Investors cheer news that Apple has hired Burberry chief executive Angela Ahrendts to run its retail and online operations.
Angela Ahrendts to leave Burberry for Apple
Angela Ahrendts will step down as chief executive of Burberry to take up a newly created role at Apple.
T-Mobile drops international roaming charges
T-Mobile is doing away with roaming charges and reducing international phone and text fees. It's the latest approach to rise from fourth place.
New iPhones haven't saved Apple's stock
Apple's iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C launches were highly acclaimed, but a month later, Apple stock still hasn't recovered.
iPhone 5S: most complete smartphone
Despite the onslaught of tougher competition, the iPhone's total package is hard to beat.
Moto X: Great for surprising reasons
Motorola's smartphone is worth your money, but not for its 'innovative' new features.
Twitter not yet profitable
Twitter's filing for a $1 billion initial public offering was released to the public late Thursday, and the company revealed that it's unprofitable.
Death by review: Samsung's preemptive strike at Apple's iWatch
Stung by the copy-cat label, Samsung set out to prove it can out-innovate the innovator.
'I'm the original voice of Siri'
Remember the Moviefone guy?
CNN has found the woman whose voice was used for the voice of Siri. But she's not the only famous disembodied tech voice.
Samsung on track for record profit as HTC stumbles
Samsung said Friday that it is on track for yet another record-setting performance in the third quarter, while rival smartphone maker HTC posted a rare loss.
This is what a $6,600 smartphone looks like
British luxury phone maker Vertu hopes to lure high-end smartphone buyers with a crystal screen, calf leather case and other fringe benefits.
Citi fined $30 million for leaking Apple iPhone supply chain data
The consent order is a window into how information gets disseminated on Wall Street.
Candy Crush game creator preps for IPO
The company behind the wildly popular online game Candy Crush Saga is preparing for an initial public offering in New York.
Another bleak day for BlackBerry
BlackBerry confirmed its huge loss and big sales plunge. Investors are left wondering what's next for the struggling smartphone company.
Post-It Notes go digital with Evernote
A new partnership with the Evernote app brings Post-Its into consumers' mobile devices.
Smartphone trade-ins starting to hurt Apple and Samsung
Smartphone trade-ins could curtail sales of new, shiny devices.
Federal workers: Hand over BlackBerry during shutdown
In a government shutdown, federal employees who are on furlough can't use any remote devices to log into work. The White House budget offices say agencies can force employees to turn in their BlackBerries.
Nokia's ex-CEO set for $25 million windfall
Nokia's ex-CEO Stephen Elop is set to receive a $25 million payout when he leaves the Finnish tech company and joins Microsoft's management team.
What killed BlackBerry: Terrible apps
It's too late for BlackBerry to change its fortunes now, but looking back, its approach to apps doomed it from the start.
BlackBerry plans to go private
BlackBerry has signed a letter of intent for Fairfax and its partners to acquire the company for just $9 per share.
BlackBerry is running out of options
BlackBerry's board of directors is considering 'strategic alternatives' to save the company. But at this point, BlackBerry is simply running out of viable options.
Apple sells record 9 million iPhones in opening weekend
Apple announces it sold 9 million of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models in its opening weekend.
iPhone 5C doesn't wow Apple faithful
Many Apple fans lined up Friday morning to buy new iPhones. But few that CNNMoney talked to where there for the cheap, plastic 5C. Seemed like everyone wanted a 5S.
New iPhones draw lines around the world
Happy iPhone Day! Apple diehards-- as well as people looking to make a quick buck -- arrived bright and early Friday to snag the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
Walking the iPhone 5C/S line at Apple's Fifth Ave. store
A record turnout for the new iPhones at Apple's flagship New York City store.
Pay someone to wait in line for your new iPhone
TaskRabbit, which is available in 15 cities, sent an email to users suggesting the "Skip the Line" service in the middle of Apple's iPhone 5S and 5C unveiling.
Is the iPhone 5s fingerprint scanner really superior?
Fortune asked security experts to weigh in.
Inside Apple's new iOS 7
Apple's iOS 7 is a complete redesign of the iPhone operating system with new graphics and features like Airdrop and improved multitasking.
IPhone owners have problems installing iOS 7
IPhone users across the internet are having trouble installing iOS 7, the latest iPhone update.
BlackBerry to layoff 40% of workforce - report
Reports of BlackBerry layoffs sent shares sinking. The
Wall Street Journal
article comes a little over a week before BlackBerry reports earnings.
IOS 7 is here: A whole new iPhone experience
The new iOS 7 iPhone software not only has a new look, but Apple successfully addresses many long-standing issues.
Xiaomi CEO tired of Steve Jobs comparison
Lei Jun, the founder of Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi, talks about why his firm is different from Apple.
Apple had plenty of iPhone 5Cs in stock last night
Weak demand or strong supply? Only Apple knows for sure.
Apple will never make a cheap iPhone
The iPhone 5C is clear evidence of Apple's interest in mid-range devices -- not cheap ones.
Apple's new iPhones: Hits and misses
The new fingerprint sensor stands out as the highlight of the new Apple iPhone 5S and 5C announcements
iPhones 5C and 5S good enough for Apple
The new phones announced Tuesday brought no surprises, but are solid additions to the iPhone family.
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