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Apple unveiled its new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C on Tuesday. While much was known, some of the revelations may surprise you.
Samsung demonstrated its smartwatch, the first of its Galaxy Gear line. With Apple and others focusing on smartwatches, Samsung has its work cut out for it.
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer is retiring from the company within 12 months. TheStreet looks at who his successor could be.
Apple turns its attention to the iRadio as iPad sales face cheaper rivals in China and sales slow. UBS sees the stock price going to $560.
The Hyperloop has a great deal of potential, but Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he lacks the time to create it, says TheStreet Technology Editor Chris Ciaccia.
Tesla reports a surprise second-quarter profit as CEO Elon Musk continues to deliver supercharged results.
Revenue and traffic set records, but the stock is down after report notes increased stock-based compensation. TheStreet's Chris Ciaccia provides details.
The Obama administration vetoed a U.S. International Trade Commission ruling Saturday that would have banned the sale of some Apple products.
Apple's move to remove Bob Mansfield from the executive page has led to rumors that the iWatch needs its top talent.
Google devotes an interactive doodle to the Roswell incident of 1947, proving what the Discovery channel already knows - People like aliens.