The third quarter was dandy for Samsung in the US, but researcher CIRP says the iPhone 6 should propel Apple back into the lead in the final three months of 2014.
A top Amazon executive acknowledges that the company missed the boat with its Fire Phone and that the original price may be to blame.
Profits tumbled a stunning 74 percent in Samsung's mobile business in the third quarter, and tough times may continue. Here's what Samsung can do to turn things around.
Dragging down the rest of the company Sony's mobile unit posts a quarterly operating loss of $1.6 billion on $2.8 billion in revenue.
Google's mobile OS reigned supreme in the third quarter with 84 percent of global shipments, says research firm Strategy Analytics. And then there are the warning signs.
News of continued growth in users and profit last quarter gets overshadowed by concerns over future spending on acquisitions, headcount and other items.
Remember that Netflix price increase? A lot of potential subscribers did, resulting in fewer-than-expected sign-ups. That, and an austere outlook for earnings, has investors spooked.
The two companies have collided on everything from drones to acquisitions to search. And the competition between the tech titans isn't slowing down.
The embattled smartphone manufacturer is betting its oddly shaped device will turn some heads.
Greg Joswiak, vice president of iPhone, iPod and iOS product marketing, also says the iOS 8.0.1 bug, which caused phones to lose connectivity, was because of how the operating system was delivered, not because of the software itself.