Apple's next iPhone hasn't been announced, but that reportedly isn't stopping online sellers from taking preorders in China.
A third-party retailer alleges the companies shut down its listings because the Apple accessories it sold were priced too low.
Square thinks receipts can be a powerful tool for communication between buyers and sellers, and its new feature enables direct communications. The feature is available to merchants for $10 a month.
Apple's victory may be short lived, says analyst Michael Walkley, as Android is likely to regain lost ground this quarter based on preorders for new high-end phones.
A UK graphic designer is so annoyed when he doesn't receive a PS3 he bought online that he becomes the croaking raven bellowing for revenge. (Look it up)
Did you miss out on the Majora's Mask 3DS? There's still a chance to grab one, but good luck playing any games on it.
Technically Incorrect: A British man buys from an apparently reputable seller on eBay, only to find there wasn't even a book in his package, never mind a MacBook.
Technically Incorrect: A Georgia chemistry student replied to a Craigslist ad that turned out to be fake. It led, police say, to his death when he met the alleged sellers.
The Chinese smartphone maker will begin selling its products in the US market in a few months, but only its lesser-known gadgets like headphones and its Mi Band wearable.
The six smartwatches running Google's mobile operating system for wearable devices grabbed only 15.6 percent of the smart-band market last year, says research firm Canalys.