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In preparation for the next round of its patent-infringement trial against Samsung, Apple has added another five patents to its lawsuit.
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Apple's iPhone 5 sold a lot faster at first, but Samsung seems to show strength in numbers and in steady growth.
Here's a compilation of the recent rumors that surround the expected release of Apple's newest smartphone.
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Are Apple’s global smartphone market ambitions trapped by its high-cost iPhone?
Caterpillar has a "ruggedized" phone that could help it triumph in a niche market Apple and Samsung aren't hitting.
Activist-investor-billionaire Dan Loeb is pressuring Sony to make part of its entertainment business public, a proposal Sony will discuss with its board.
Apple may have more reason to worry, as more analysts predict that Moore's Law is beginning to face its natural limits, and makers of high-end smartphones are about to feel its effects.
AT&T is reacting to criticism about limitations on video chat apps, having given a statement saying we can expect the network to give approval to all video chat apps by the end of the year.
The rising number of prepaid smartphone sales is forcing carriers to offer customers more non-contract plans, though they are holding back on 4G service.
Owners of Apple's iPhones might be some of the most satisfied device owners around, but that trend may slowly be changing. People aren't quite as happy as they once were.
Best Buy stock edged lower on Tuesday after fiscal first-quarter earnings failed to impress investors.
Apple may have figured out its move for competing with Samsung and other rivals in foreign countries, but it may never be enough to actually come out on top.