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Recent data collected by Nomura Equity Research suggests that low-end smartphones utilizing Google's Android technology will soon dominate the market, causing non-Android brands like Apple, BlackBerry, and Nokia to suffer.
While Google claims it doesn't find competition with competitors interesting or rewarding, it has been copying Amazon's every move in a battle to compete with Amazon's success in e-commerce.
Growing competition from other tablets hasn't harmed sales of Apple's iPad, which still accounts for 9 out of every 10 tablets sold on e-commerce websites.
Can BlackBerry’s Messenger platform woo iPhone users away from Apple’s iMessage service?
In preparation for the next round of its patent-infringement trial against Samsung, Apple has added another five patents to its lawsuit.
After running the popular photo-sharing website Flickr into the ground, Yahoo is vowing to make it "awesome again."
Apple may offer a better web experience than Samsung, but the tides could be turned with a few simple taps.
While Samsung and Apple might have a lead in the smartphone industry, one company is daring to innovate in a bigger way and not afraid to say where and when.
Google Glass is voice controlled and while it does give off a faint glow when its camera is rolling, that indication is far from satisfactory for many.
If you’re an iPhone user that was hoping to hook up with a Facebook friend through the Bang With Friends iPhone application this weekend -- sorry, you’re out of luck.
Google really wants to get things going with new payment methods, and it seems to be leveraging just about every platform available to it, from the web to mobile devices and everything between.
Apple still gets all the recognition for being the most innovative company in the world, but is that really still the case?
Google breaks $900 a share for the first time in history, while Yahoo is up more than 70 percent under Marissa Mayer...
Google is holding its I/O conference in San Francisco today, but expectations for the event should be quite a bit different from last year's event.
BlackBerry has announced plans to launch its messenger service on Apple's iPhone and Google's Android devices.