Slowdown in Smartphone Sales Seen for 2016
Smartphone shipments will grow 5.7% in 2016, with iPhone shipments declining 0.1%, says IDC.
Fitbit Cuts Its Earnings Forecast
The maker of wearable fitness trackers says profits and sales will be lower this quarter than originally forecasted.
Apple Earnings Beat Estimates But iPhone Sales Lag
With the iPhone being the main driver of Apple's growth, the sales slowdown raises concerns about the company's future performance.
Wearable Device Market to Double This Year
IDC survey predicts smart wearables, including watches, will surpass the basic wearable category in 2018.
Chinese Malware Hack Hits ‘Jailbroken’ iPhones
Hackers steal Apple account login names and passwords from users of modified iPhones.
Samsung’s Earnings Lower On Lagging Smartphone Sales
The company is boosting production of the S6 Galaxy Edge after reportedly misjudging demand.
Avago Technologies to Buy Broadcom for $37B
The transaction creates a "diversified leader in wired and wireless communication semiconductors," says Avago's chief executive.
Tech Giants Pressure Obama Over Data Encryption
Letter to President Barack Obama rejects the notion that U.S. companies should weaken product security in the interest of law enforcement.
Special Report: The Payments Revolution
Mobile payments, virtual credit cards, a faster ACH system, bitcoin — new payments technologies have CFOs re-evaluating their strategies.
Payments on the Go
New mobile technologies are changing the way consumers and companies pay for goods and services.
Corporate Cash Hoard Hits a Record $1.73 Trillion
Despite amassing more cash, U.S. nonfinancials also hit records in capital spending, dividends, and net share buybacks in 2014, says Moody's.