Blackberry shares have had their best run since 2001, driven in part by news of a settlement with Facebook over messaging patents.
LG’s CEO has sent out a memo to employees warning the company could exit the smartphone business after suffering significant losses.
Mozilla has expanded its VPN service to include support for the Mac and Linux platforms.
When Apple released the over-ear AirPods Max in December, the headphones came with a staggering $550 price tag. According to iFixIt, there’s a good reason.
Verizon has announced it is partnering with Unity to help drive 5G-powered digital experiences and mobile edge computing (MEC).
Smartwatches can do much more than count steps, with research showing they can detect coronavirus infections days before diagnosis.
Rumors are suggesting the next generation iPhone may bring back Touch ID, along with the now standard Face ID.
Apple has made modifications to prevent users from sideloading iOS apps on the new M1 Macs.
Netflix is reportedly working on a new feature that will primarily benefit Apple users with certain AirPods.
Google has closed its Fitbit deal, despite investigations and concerns over potential privacy and antitrust implications.