Technically Incorrect: A New Jersey man says that he is unable to work after his iPhone 5C emitted a popping noise and caused a burning sensation in his pocket.
At least one company says smartphones don't have to be rectangular slabs.
Technically Incorrect: The March issue of Vogue features 12 pages of ads for Apple's new and possibly revolutionary gadget, says Advertising Age.
Lenovo's Q3 net income declined 4.6 percent to $253 million, but the company came in better than expected after its Motorola acquisition.
You'll be able to drop a compatible smartphone on your IKEA nightstand for a quick charge.
That's a plus, given the retail giant's profit margins are higher when products are sold through third parties, say analysts cited in The Wall Street Journal.
Be sure to have a drink in your hand at 9 p.m. on January 3 if you want to properly honor the master of Middle-earth.
The ride-hailing service says it was the victim of a hack last May that could have exposed thousands of driver names and driver's license numbers.
Yes, it seems US and UK spy agencies tried to snoop on people's smartphones, the company says. But privacy and security harm to users is limited by Gemalto's own network security and newer encryption used on modern networks.
The company's moratorium on raises this year for executives now extends to all employees in South Korea, as the electronics giant focuses on facing its troubles in the mobile market.