The crowd-funded phone has dropped its price, with 14 days left to go before it becomes a reality.
Samsung's mobile chief rules out a settlement to a Korean news service after HTC decided to make peace with Apple.
Fisker Automotive has laid off workers as it tries to unlock more money from the $529 million Department of Energy loan it's using to produce its vehicles.
New Zealand's top climate negotiator says he believes an agreement can be made but not this year. This week delegates from 35 nations attended two days of climate talks in Auckland.
The company says that it's willing to come to an agreement with the iPhone maker, as long as the "the terms are fair."
Cuts at the handset maker stem from the company's plans to adopt Windows Phone 7 as its primary platform.
Cell phone buyers in California pay unfair tax on devices bought under contract.
A print ad for the Verizon Droid uses far more personal anti-iPhone references than any of its TV spots. Is this a barely subliminal description of Verizon's negotiations with Apple?
Music-video venture continues to try to lock up content from competitors. The site already boasts the two top music labels and now it wants the two smallest on board.
After YouTube wrenched official music videos from its UK site after a spat with a licensing body, the two companies sat down for a discussion...