After the latest court ruling in the tech rivals' patent war, the iPhone maker has been awarded $929.8 million in damages.
Anti-social networks like Snapchat and Kik are the most exciting trend in mobile right now. Twitter could have ruled the private messaging space, but ignored the opportunity.
The app, which allows users to send self-destructing videos and picture messages, has reportedly drawn big offers from the tech giants, who covet its youthful user base.
The electronics giant snags courtside seats for its tablets and TV monitors with a three-year, $100 million deal.
The professional social network is on the verge of a mobile tipping point.
In the age of 'nomophobia,' more pedestrians are struck by cars, mobile shopping is an evening pastime and checking one's phone has replaced quiet reflection.
The company is reportedly stepping up production of the popular iPhone 5s model, while cutting iPhone 5c orders. But the rumor mill can be a vicious, ugly place.
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