Carlyle Group is buying out HTC's interest in Beats Electronics, the parent company of the Beats by Dr. Dre line of high-end headphones.
Canadian smartphone pioneer BlackBerry said Friday it lost $965 million in its fiscal second quarter on revenue that fell shy of the $3 billion analysts had expected.
Sprint Corp.'s chief financial officer favors having three big wireless carriers instead of four, seeming to echo comments made Wednesday by his counterpart at T-Mobile.
Online retail platform eBay says it doesn't share data it collects on its customers with the U.S. National Security Agency.
The head of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. said Wednesday he has every intention of completing the acquisition of BlackBerry, despite doubts that the $4.7 billion deal for the troubled smartphone maker will go through.
BlackBerry shares dropped another six percent Wednesday as investors weighed the likelihood of a highly conditional takeover offer from Fairfax Financial, one of BlackBerry's largest shareholders.
Apple sold 9 million iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models in the first three days after their launch, exceeding initial supplies and far outpacing iPhone 5 figures from last September.
BlackBerry has agreed to sell itself for $4.7 billion to a group led by largest shareholder, Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd.
BlackBerry expects to post a $1 billion loss for the second financial quarter of the year and confirmed rumors that it will lay off about 4,500 workers.
Nokia has delayed the launch of a large-screen phablet device following a deal to sell its handset business to Microsoft, a source told Reuters.
Slacker Radio has released "My Vibe," a new mobile app for iOS7 to help listeners find the perfect music for any moment.
U.S. technology giant Microsoft said Tuesday it would launch a $40 billion stock repurchasing plan to replace a $40 billion program set to end Sept. 30.
Bill Gates edged out Carlos Slim to retake the top slot as the world's richest human being.
A subsidiary of Sohu.com has reached a deal with a rival company that could boost its position on the Chinese Internet.
Computing segments are undergoing exciting and even game-changing transitions, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said during the opening session of the Intel Developer Forum on Tuesday.