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Samsung's last smartphone in the Note series caused a bit of an explosion -- and not in a good way.
U.S. stock futures on Wednesday are down modestly following a strong rally in the previous session.
President Trump said the U.S. wants to strengthen its strategic partnership with India.
The expansion of the digital assistant shows Samsung is stepping up its challenge to Alexa and Siri
Samsung looks for new growth projects
Shipments to the U.S. increased 36% in the second quarter.
It's called 'kiss' technology and it could transfer files as large as movies in seconds.
Goldman believes that rising interest rates will result in a slowing of earnings growth in 2018.
Apple shares have soared.
The chipmaker has succeeded in acquiring the minimum 84% stake required to purchase autonomous driving tech outfit Mobileye.
Tim Cook has always carried the burden of being compared with Steve Jobs. Isn't it about time we gave Jobs' successor his due?
Apple is going after business in a country that boasts 1.3 billion people.
Consumers don't seem to be scared of a $1,000+ iPhone.
But former Apple creative director Hugh Dubberly says he wouldn't count the tech giant out.
Apple is not without its rivals.
Especially in Europe, this bodes well for the economic recovery.
This would be the first time Apple delays the release of its iPhone.
Apple appears to have accidentally released base code for the new iphone.
It's not as much as you might think.
Samsung is currently the only OLED display supplier for high-end smartphones.
LG Display Plans $13.5 billion OLED expansion
Apple has been actively developing its own OLED technology, effectively reducing its reliance for OLED panels from Samsung Electronics.
Foursquare eyes Amazon Alexa partnership as it quietly becomes the go-to data player in tech.
Switzerland's biggest watch maker is bullish for 2017.
BlackBerry sells encryption tools to government agencies in 20 countries.
America Movil is owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.