The world's most valuable company has investors second guessing their gloomy opinion of the tech giant.
The iPhone sales decline is real: For the second quarter in a row, Apple has sold fewer iPhones than a year ago.
Digital Trends Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan on the future of Apple.
Verizon Communications, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier by subscribers, reported a 5.3 percent fall in quarterly revenue as more customers opted for cheaper plans.
With the launch of Pokémon Go, collectors of vintage Pokémon items have seen a spike in demand for various items including cards, apparel and toys.
If you didn’t think your company needed to put a BYOD policy in place, the popularity of Pokemon GO may change your mind.
Facebook Inc's Messenger has more than 1 billion users, the social media company said on Wednesday, making it one the world's top three apps just two years after it was split off from Facebook's main app, which is by far and away the most popular.
International Business Machines Corp reported a 2.8 percent fall in quarterly revenue as gains in cloud and mobile computing units failed to offset declines in its traditional business.
Even if you don’t play games, you’ve at least heard of Pokémon Go by now or know someone who’s playing it.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik on developing a new app to help police officers and people involved in law enforcement confrontations communicate.
FBN's Stuart Varney on the popularity of the Pokemon Go app and what it means for the markets.
FBN's Deirdre Bolton discusses the surge in Nintendo's share price in the days following the company's release of its Pokemon Go app.
Mashable Editor-at-Large Lance Ulanoff on the surging popularity of the app Pokemon Go.
It’s no secret that Americans are obsessed with their mobile devices 24/7 and that even includes the time they’re off the clock, according to a recent Hotels.com
FBN's Cheryl Casone on the messaging app adding a new 'Memories' feature.
Verizon Communications Inc. is raising monthly prices for its wireless service, a sign aggressive discounting by smaller rivals hasn't dented the ability of the biggest U.S. players to keep customers and lift monthly bills.
The 2016 Rio Olympics are set to start in just about a month, and every day new reports emerge that the city isn’t ready for the games to begin.
FBN's Cheryl Casone on what Comcast's new deal with Netflix means for consumers.
Brexit pushed trading transactions at Fidelity's mobile unit to the second highest on record.
Behind closed doors, U.S. business owners are scrambling over how to classify employees by December in order to comply with new OT rules.