Apple's larger iPhones helped the company sell more smartphones than Samsung.
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Google has scrapped plans to use Puerto Rico as the initial test market for its Project Ara modular-smartphone initiative, but interested developers and DIYers need not despair. The company apparently intends to continue to develop the program.
Samsung will launch its mobile payment service next week, a crowded market which includes heavyweights Apple and Google.
Apple has updated Boot Camp, its utility that allows Windows to run on a Mac, to support Windows 10, two weeks after Microsoft launched its latest OS.
Wearables are reducing interest in Swiss watches, with those highly regarded timepieces losing some of their luster as technology is incorporated into what people wear on their wrists.
Fidelity National Information Services is buying financial software vendor SunGard for US$9.1 billion to broaden its range of enterprise banking and capital market offerings.
Fitbit is known for selling fitness trackers to consumers, but the company also sees its fortunes in the enterprise market.
Pebble isn't wasting time getting its smartwatches on the wrists of consumers.
Tesla has issued a security update to its Model S car after security researchers discovered six flaws that allowed them to control its entertainment software and hijack the vehicle.
A lawsuit alleging that Apple mishandles the text messages of people who switch from an iPhone to an Android smartphone can't proceed as a class-action case.
Google's Project Tango tablet development kit is going on sale this month in 12 additional countries.
Google won't comply with an order from France's privacy watchdog group to apply the right to be forgotten to all its search results around the world.
A group has been singled out as the attacker behind the recently disclosed hack against Anthem, believed to be the largest waged against a health care company.
HTC is on track to release a consumer version of its Vive virtual reality headset by the end of the year, with device details coming in October.
Amazon is opening a specialized storefront on its website that will sell products from startups in an effort to help the fledging companies build their businesses.