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Consumers are holding off on purchases while vendors refocus their product lines on productivity machines as market change continues.
After trying to battle Didi Chuxing for business in China for 2 years, Uber cuts its losses and sells its China division to its rival.
Apple just sold its 1 billionth iPhone, a ground-breaking device that changed mobile phones as we knew them and created mass competition.
The company's Q2 total revenue rose to $9.2 billion from $8.2 billion one year ago, while its customer pool swelled to 67.4 million, up from 63.3 million a year ago.
Apple's Q3 revenue fell to $42.36B and its net income fell to $7.8B as iPhone sales dropped for the second consecutive quarter.
In addition, the company's net income of $702 million is down 83.4 percent from a year ago, due to charges for pensions, benefits and more.
The former NSA contractor and whistleblower proposed a case design that would protect high-profile journalists from data interceptions.
A decade of quarterly losses continues for Sprint as the company optimistically looks for bright spots in its earnings picture.
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The rumored iPhone 7 Pro version would be even larger than the existing iPhone 6s Plus, but is still not a certainty, according to reports.
In the second quarter, the global smartwatch market fell 32 percent from the same quarter in 2015, marking the first-ever smartwatch shipment decline.
The company brought in $40.52B in revenue and $3.4B in net income, though its consumer mobile service revenue fell from a year ago.