Apple iPhone sales declined 16 per cent in the first quarter, but it's important to remember that the overall smartphone market has also flatlined.
Stories by Matt Hamblen
HTC announced it will lead a $100 million virtual reality accelerator fund to cultivate the VR ecosystem by supporting startups.
Six months after U.S. retailers began assuming liability for debit and credit card fraud, only a fraction of the nation's in-store payment terminals can accept the highly secure chip-enabled cards.
Google will soon begin testing innovative 3.5 GHz wireless capabilities by using antennas on light poles and other structures in parts of Kansas City, Mo.
Over six years, Verizon will replace its copper wire with fiber optic cable for Internet in the city of Boston. But there's a lot more to the deal.
Barcelona made a big splash to be considered a smart city three years ago. Since then, it has installed noise and air quality sensors along and smart streetlights and smart parking. But some Barcelona citizens question the value of smart city projects.
Verizon and the city of Boston today unveiled a US$300 million fibre optic cable replacement of copper cable throughout the city over the next six years.
The HTC 10 is loaded with new design and high-end features, but those plums won't be enough for the new smartphone to sell well in a crowded Android field.
IBM and Box today announced a low-cost, easy-to-deploy version of Expert Seller for workers using iPads and iPhones.
Internet of Things technologies can be complex and fragmented, but increasing numbers of pilot projects are emerging within smart cities, farms and at a wide range of businesses and industries.
Underwriters Laboratories' new Cybersecurity Assurance Program uses a new set of standards to test network-connected products for software flaws.
The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to expand the Lifeline telephone subsidy for low-income Americans to include Internet access.
The American Civil Liberties Union said it has uncovered 63 confirmed cases in which federal agencies have sought court orders to force Apple or Google to unlock phones to gain access to data.
Rugged computer maker Janam Technologies announced the XT2, a 10-oz. rugged device with a 5-in. touchscreen that runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop).
IT pros have long been concerned about the potential for security breaches with BOYD; a new survey indicates they're right to be worried.