FEATURE: With smartphone sales flat, some analysts say new models and mobile innovations could restart sales in 2017. Others see the slowdown as a long-term trend.
Apple just sold its 1 billionth iPhone, a ground-breaking device that changed mobile phones as we knew them and created mass competition.
Security firm Bishop Fox will show off its new drone that can conduct aerial penetration tests at the Black Hat USA conference.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Recent FCC pressure is resulting in some movement by carriers to try to quell robocalls, but much needs to be done before anyone sees any real relief.
The new BlackBerry DTEK50 smartphone drops the company's iconic physical keyboard and features only a touch-screen for users.
The chip maker also has agreed to change its practices and policies, which some current and former employees said discriminated against women.
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.
In the smartphone market, the best devices with high-end features are usually expensive. The base model iPhone 6s, for instance, costs customers $649 to start. Similar pricing can be found on high-end Android smartphones. But starting in August, Chinese mobile device maker ZTE will try to challenge conventional wisdom that a high-end device should be expensive by launching the ZTE ZMax Pro, a $99 smartphone that will be available on MetroPCS. Despite its price, the ZMax Pro is impressive, featuring a 6-inch display, an octa-core processor and even a fingerprint sensor for additional security. The smartphone will challenge what it means to be a top-notch device and could put some price pressure on competitors who have long clung to the idea that they can charge high prices for top-notch features. This slide show covers the ZMax Pro's top features and explains why this $99 smartphone is a great buy for those who are on a tight budget but who don't want to give up too much on features. Read on to learn more about ZTE's latest smartphone.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Forget "on demand." Call it the "on-the-couch economy." New products and internet services make doing nothing easy for inveterate couch potatoes.
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.
Following a call to action by the FCC, AT&T announced its CEO will chair a strike force designed to obliterate robocalls.
Google introduced an optional Android feature designed to give first responders more accurate location data for mobile users who report emergencies.
A decade of quarterly losses continues for Sprint as the company optimistically looks for bright spots in its earnings picture.