Apple Inc's new iPhone will have a sharper and bigger 4.6-inch retina display and is set to be launched around the second quarter, a South Korean media reported on Thursday.
Payment processor Vantiv priced shares in its $500 million initial public offering at the midpoint of its expected range on Wednesday, according to an underwriter.
Communications regulators proposed on Wednesday a path for making satellite airwaves available for mobile broadband use, a rulemaking that could help Dish Network Corp launch a wireless cellular network.
Zynga Inc is buying OMGPOP, maker of the popular video game Draw Something for about $200 million in its biggest acquisition to date as the company moves to expand its lineup of games on mobile devices and Facebook.
A group of foreign shareholders in scandal-hit Olympus Corp, including Southeastern Asset Management and Indus Capital, on Wednesday blasted the company's choice of chairman and renewed their call for someone more independent.
The maker of the hit mobile game Angry Birds has struck a deal with Wal-Mart (WMT.N) to embed clues to a new version of the game in merchandise sold in Wal-Mart stores, hoping to drive Angry Birds fans into the stores, and shoppers to the game.
Spansion Inc and Nuance Communications Inc are offering car makers an improved speech-recognition technology based on their software and semiconductors, the head of Spansion told Reuters.
Hewlett Packard Co CEO Meg Whitman plans to combine the computing giant's PC and printing divisions in a major internal overhaul intended to spur combined sales of hardware to customers, two sources familiar with the move told Reuters.
Apple Inc's new iPad throws off a lot more heat than the previous version, lending weight to complaints on Internet forums that the hot-selling tablet computer could get uncomfortably warm after heavy use, an influential consumer watchdog found after running tests.
Japan's Olympus Corp will unveil new endoscopes on Wednesday, its first major product launch since an accounting fraud erupted last year and threatened the 92-year-old firm's survival.
Cisco Systems (CSCO.O) is expanding its services to enable companies to manage and secure private mobile devices used by employees at work, aiming to benefit from the trend widely known as BYOD or Bring Your Own Device.
Privately held Zayo Group LLC agreed to buy rival AboveNet Inc, a provider of broadband connections to big companies and carriers, for about $2.2 billion to tap into the galloping demand for fast data services.
Adobe Systems Inc, maker of Photoshop and Acrobat software, said revenue growth slowed as sales of its widely used Creative Suite software fell, missing its forecasts, ahead of widely anticipated product launches this quarter.
Imagine standing at the Eiffel Tower and being able to see messages and videos overlaid through your smartphone from all visitors who have come before you.
Facebook will pay a fee of just 1.1 percent to underwriters of its initial public offering, a source with knowledge of the company's plans said on Monday.
Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook, moving swiftly after taking over from late Silicon Valley icon Steve Jobs, fulfilled a longstanding desire of investors by initiating a quarterly dividend and share buyback that will pay out $45 billion over three years.
If you have purchased a Verizon iPad Wi-Fi + 4G LTE, you will get a pleasant surprise at the same time, at least for now - you can also surf the web on AT&T’s network on your Verizon iPad, although the tech giant could have opted to restrict the device's operation on other networks.
Wireless carrier Sprint has called off its spectrum-hosting deal with would-be LTE operator LightSquared, following unresolved issues the latter had with the FCC. The satellite portion of LightSquared’s operations has been nearly wiped out by government regulators, because it interfered with GPS signals. As part of the termination process, Sprint is returning $65 million it received as prepayments, to LightSquared.
According to market figures released by research firm IDC, China is bound to overtake the U.S. in smartphone shipments by the end of 2012, becoming the leading market. IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker forecast that China’s smartphone market will climb from 18.2 percent in 2011 to 20.7 percent in 2012, while U.S.’ market would drop from 21.3 to 20.6 percent over the same timeframe.
According to J.D. Power and Associates, Apple has ranked top among smartphone manufacturers in terms of customer satisfaction, and it achieved this ranking for the seventh consecutive time.
The Land of Oz – Australia – is the first country where the new iPad got released on Friday morning. Luke Soules, the founder of California-based gadget repair firm – iFixit – made his way to Australia and picked up an iPad from a local store in Melbourne city. Here is what the iFixit guy revealed in the ultimate iPad postmortem.
Dave Girouard, Vice President of Product Management (Google Apps), has resigned from his post. He is leaving Google behind to start his own company name UpStart.
Recently, Nokia staged a comeback in the high-end smartphone market with its Windows-based Lumia phone lineup. Now, it is rumored that the Finnish cell phone giant will be first to bring out a Windows 8 tablet that may pose a threat to the new iPad.
The Apple’s gem is here and possibly some of you have already purchased it. The new iPad brings many rare features like Retina display and quad-core graphics, but it also misses a few things.
The new iPad hits the market on Friday, March 16 at 8 a.m. worldwide and Apple fans in Australia will be among the first to get their hands on the new tablet. In the U.S., the coveted device will hit Apple stores as well as retailers such as Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy. This is exciting news for first time iPad buyers or those who want to switch from Android but what about those who already own its predecessors - iPad 2 or iPad original?
Pop superstars Rihanna, 23, is not only good at singing, but also running the social media, which has brought her a great success of the launch of her album Talk to Talk.
Even though Apple and Samsung are fighting bitterly in the courtroom, they still keep a close supplier/customer relationship with each other. The California-based company is committed to buy components from the Korean company, worth at least $9.7 billion. It will reach up to $11 billion by the end of this year, which will be driven in part by the new iPad, more MacBook Air units utilizing Samsung solid-state drives and a smaller iPad, an anonymous Samsung executive told the Korea Times.
The legal battles between Apple and Samsung seem endless. The key point of the debate is whether the idea of tablet is Apple's original creation or public knowledge. Recently, a video on YouTube seems to suggest that the iPad idea isn't exclusive to Apple, but it has been in existence since 1994.
Almost a week has passed ever since Apple unveiled its third generation iPad and the the buzz has already shifted to the next generation iPhone - dubbed iPhone 5 or new iPhone - which is expected to be launched sometime in September/October.
Apple introduced, Wednesday, its third generation tablet officially named “the new iPad,” which will go on sale from March 16. The new tablet has attracted a lot of attention for its gaming capabilities and is considered as a major threat to gaming consoles.