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Consumers in India, a critical battleground for smartphone makers, can now buy Apple's latest phones.
Both carriers are working on features that will let you use the number associated with your smartphone to get calls and texts on devices like smartwatches and tablets.
The PC isn't dead, but, as computer makers Asus and Acer are discovering, it's increasingly unprofitable.
With new hardware options and an app store, Apple TV is expected to substantially increase its revenue potential, says JP Morgan analyst Rod Hall.
Research firm predicts global shipments will rise around 10 percent this year, compared with more than 27 percent in 2014. One reason? Demand for devices in China is falling.
In a rare move, Apple's CEO emails Jim Cramer, a host on the CNBC business network, to reassure investors about sales in a very important region.
India is the world's fastest growing smartphone market, predicted to overtake the US in just two years. And it's already becoming one of the most bitterly fought-over pieces of turf in the global smartphone war.
Traditionally shying away from the audio business, the South Korean electronics giant is trying to make an impact with its new wireless speakers. CNET goes deep within Samsung's research facility to see if it has what it takes.
A surge in data usage came mostly from smartphones and tablets, which accounted for 68 percent of all mobile devices used on wireless networks, according to an industry trade group.