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Sales of iPhones in Q4 fell to 45.5 million from 48 million in 2015, but are up from Q3 when only 40.4 million iPhones were sold.
Despite a painful decision to discontinue the Galaxy Note7 because of battery fires and explosions, Samsung still isn't willing to give up on its high-end handset that had been a big seller for the mobile device maker. Samsung on Oct. 24 announced an incentive plan in Korea that will give Galaxy...
Apple and Samsung have been battling for mobile supremacy for years. But Samsung is currently dealing with the fallout from the defective Galaxy Note7 that has left the company with no other choice but to discontinue it. Despite that, Samsung is still among the most trusted smartphone brands...
A new hospital being built at UC-San Diego has iPads and Apple TV in each of its 245 rooms to empower patients in their own medical care.
Built for Apple device administrators, the updated Jamf Pro V.10, which was formerly known as Casper Suite, is scheduled to come out in the first half of 2017.
The plans for a new R&D facility in Shenzhen come as the company continues to try to bolster its market share and sales in the country.
With 4K Ultra HD and Android TV capabilities, Xiaomi's Mi Box is the latest streaming media player on the U.S. market, giving users access to thousands of movies and shows from popular streaming apps including Netflix, HBO, Showtime and VUDU, as well as games from Google Play. The new Mi Box,...
Every business needs IT help, but not all are big enough to have an in-house IT staff. We asked an IT contractor about the advice he gives and how to hire wisely.
The Supreme Court is the final stop for a years-long patent-infringement case between Samsung and Apple, which each now have other worries to contend with.
DAILY VIDEO: The U.S. blames Russia for hacking election systems and DNC; more plaintiffs join Apple 'Touch Disease' suit; IBM launches Watson Application Developer Certification program; and there's more.