The deal will see the three largest US wireless giants bring Google's mobile payments service to the Android devices they sell.
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After five months use, the iPhone 6 Plus remains Matthew's choice for every core function -- phone calls, quick control access and notifications. Well, maybe not every function.
Samsung's purchase of LoopPay lines up the Korean tech giant in yet one more head-to-head competition against Apple.
Apple's share of smartphone shipments in Western Europe grew 15 percent last year, putting the company within range of overtaking Samsung.
With Mobile World Congress just a few weeks away all eyes turn toward the Android field. The mission: Derail Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus momentum.
Android Wear carved out a significant chunk of the wearables market in 2014, but more upheaval courtesy of Apple is expected soon.
Amazon drops from the top perch in the Harris Poll Reputation Quotient, Apple slides and Samsung leaps ahead. Tech sector fares well overall.
Apple and Samsung tablet sales have declined, but the market may bounce back with help from Microsoft.
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Research firm IDC says the top-heavy tablet market saw shipments drop 3.2 percent for Q4 2014, marking the industry's first ever year-over-year decline.
The tech industry loves the Samsung vs. Apple storyline. It's more like the Samsung vs. Apple and a bunch of smaller but dangerous Chinese smartphone makers.
Nevertheless, IDC analysts traced "a significant slowdown compared to 2013."
Singtel says it will work with the telecoms equipment maker to identify possible applications of 5G networks for consumers and businesses, including trials for potential technologies on the mobile network.
As we look at how software will be evolving, traditional PC applications and mobile apps have some substantial differences, key among them the depth and flexibility traditional applications offer that are often an anathema to mobile users.
iPhone makes up about 60 percent of Apple's revenue. Though arch-rival Samsung's smartphone unit is struggling, it still wouldn't turn down providing its chips to Apple.
In the news this week were rumors that Microsoft is thinking about running Android apps, Samsung is changing processors due to overheating issues, and a simple way to get Google apps on custom ROMs.
A Chinese official has said that Apple CEO Tim Cook agreed to have Apple products inspected by Chinese network experts to ensure information safety and national security.
Deploying complex, high performance applications both locally and in a cloud service provider's network can be very challenging. DivvyCloud believes that it has the solution to this problem.
Canaccord Genuity survey of U.S. carriers finds that Apple leading the pack for high-end smartphones with Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 in third place.
Lenovo, HP, and Dell are increasing their collective dominance of the PC market, with Apple as the only threat. So how are the three big OEMs coping with sweeping changes in the computing landscape?
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