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Teva and Intel will develop a wearable device that monitors they symptoms of patients with Huntington disease.
Samsung is recalling its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone on reports of battery fires.
Apple could be forced to pay billions to Ireland while Mondelez isn't too sweet on Hershey anymore.
But the European Commission downplays reports of a levy on search engines such as Google.
Valeant soars as short thesis gets debunked, and Twitter could be close to teaming up with Apple.
Foxconn gains approval for acquisition of stake in display maker Sharp.
When well-known brands change their logos, it can have tangible benefits -- and risks.
The company's expanding services sector should also take some pressure off, as iPhone sales recover momentum.
Connected cars are on the rise, and experts say drivers want their cars protected from hacktivists before it's too late.
The company's global PC market share has fallen to 7.1% from 7.4%, according to research firm IDC.
A look at today's top tech stories.
Citigroup analysts lowered expectations for Apple, citing the Brexit referendum, but the company has loyal fans and an improving cloud initiative.
Shares of Apple supplier Qorvo were down slightly on Thursday despite a ratings upgrade by Citi.
The company's CEO says savings from Broadcom's $37 billion merger with Avago are already boosting profits
Shares shine after sporting deals and Wells Fargo want your wallet to be mobile.
It's not just about mileage but consumer preferences as connected cars become shopping platforms.
Jim Cramer says lot of people think Apple is just a device company but the problem with that is that investors are ignoring the service stream.
The seasonality argument is a 'wives tale' or a 'ditty,' though your broker may be fond of it.
Carl Icahn is out of Apple stock on worries about the slowdown in China.
Strong sales of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge models contribute to a 12% rise in quarterly profit.
After a bustling fourth quarter, CEO Dan Schulman will update shareholders on new products, acquisitions and growing competition in the digital payments space.
The former Avago has done very well since buying Broadcom for $37 billion.
Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey has been making high-profile appearances, but it's not helping the stock.