Articles By Valli Meenakshi Ramanathan
Amazon's Kindle Fire launched Sept.6, appears to be making news for more wrong reasons than right. After news of the device lacking FCC approval for sale hit anxious customers Friday, the company seems to offer interested parties some respite as it appears to have reversed policy on the forced ads.
Even before Apple (AAPL) could unveil its next-generation iPhone, the Chinese seem to be in a tearing hurry as a company by name GooPhone has released a new phone GooPhone I5 that bears strong resemblances to leaked images of the next-generation iPhone, often referred to as iPhone 5.
A slowdown in exports, a slump in the earnings of domestic companies and surging food prices cast downward pressure on the world's second-biggest economy in August as the China's National Bureau of Statistics reported Sunday that the Consumer Price Index rose 2 percent.
Joe South, a well-known singer and songwriter who gained popularity with hits like "I Never Promised You A Rose Garden," "Games People Play" and "Walk a Mile in My Shoes," passed away Wednesday following a cardiac arrest.
Apple has reportedly placed some memory chip orders for its upcoming iPhone with an Asian company and has moved away from Samsung for this component.
As Amazon (AMZN) launched its much-awaited Kindle Fire Thursday attracting rave reviews, its top competitor Apple (AAPL) posted gains in the street ending the day at $676.27, gaining $6.04, almost 1 percent higher than the previous close.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will commence evaluation of the mobile broadband speed to help customers know if they are getting value for money.
Even as the FBI denied Antisec Hacker group's claim that it stole personal identification data of millions of Apple device owners, news of Obama's iPad being compromised is making rounds in technology circuits.
Apple (AAPL) scrip closed Sept.5 at $670.23 losing 4.74 points ending 0.70% lower than the previous close. In the after-hours trading, the stock witnessed another negligible dip to $670.20.
The Norton Cybercrime Report released Wednesday pegs the total cybercrime cost for the U.S. consumers at $20.7 billion, with close to 71 million Americans falling prey to the online scam.