The price of bitcoin has reached $15,000 for the first time since 2018. It comes as the US presidential race comes down to the wire with ballots being counted in a handful of crucial states.
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Two years after the 'covfefe' incident, analysts at J.P.Morgan created the Volfefe index after Trump's market-impacting tweets having words like 'China', 'products', and others become more frequent.
The volatile cryptocurrency, bitcoin, has climbed above the $10,000 mark for the first time in more than 12 months. Bitcoin has been climbing up in price ever since April where it was worth $4,100.
Gartner has predicted that 30 million foldable phones will be shipped in 2023. The firm said that manufacturers will continue to experiment with the foldable form factor to find what users like.
Microsoft and its partner OEMs introduced several budget devices last year that has helped its market share in the K-12 education market, which grew 6.5 percent in the sub-$300 category.
Kraken crypto exchange CEO, Jesse Powell, has stated that he believes that the cryptocurrencies will achieve a valuation of $1 trillion this year. In January, bitcoin lost more than half its value.
According to the latest data from the market, tablets won't buck their declining sales until 2018. And at that point it will happen thanks to Windows and iOS devices aimed at the professional market.
The NuAns NEO Windows 10 Mobile handset, with its unique design and covers, is finally going global. Those interested can get it for as little as $270 while supplies last on Kickstarter.
Samsung's new fitness wearable, the Gear Fit2 is now available in stores and online. The new device is launching in seven markets for now, with more coming soon, for a retail price of $179.99.
24,518 Bitcoins that were confiscated by police in Australia will be auctioned off. The coins will be offered in blocks of 2,000, to prevent the market being affected negatively by the auction.
In an effort to tap into the large enterprise and government sectors in India, Samsung has launched the 7" Galaxy Tab Iris, with built in iris recognition technology and biometric capabilities.
Gartner has published a new report predicting that PC shipments will finally bottom out in 2016 but smartphone market will increase only by 7%, its first single-digit growth up till now.
According to the latest Gartner report, the overall market will grow slower than expected this year, but two and a half billion devices, including PCs, smartphones and tablets, will still get sold.
Data from comScore indicates that Windows Phone market share has tumbled in the US and is now down to just 3%. However, with Windows 10 just around the corner, this might soon change.
The giant search company is addressing for the first time the recently launched investigation into its Android OS as well as accusations from the EU that it has abused its power in the markets.
As we get closer to the release of Windows 10, Microsoft is offering app developers an analysis of current market trends based on demographics, category and monetization options.
After losing the top spot in China to Xiaomi last year, Samsung has now been pushed into second place in the Indian smartphone market by Micromax, which grabbed 22 percent of sales there last quarter.
First reduced from 24 hours to 15 minutes in 2010, now Google has extended that window to 2 hours which means you have a bit more time to decide if you want to purchase an app or not.
BlackBerry may go private in the near future. The tech company has reportedly discussed in its private meetings the idea of retreating from the stock market and working out of sight
While some folks weren't too impressed with Nokia's newest handset, some analysts believe this could be a big hit. They have praised Nokia's approach to mobile imaging and their new marketing efforts.
Microsoft have sold off almost $3 billion in debt today, in both U.S. and European markets. The deal comes as the first in the company's history to involve the European market.
AMD's Q1 results show huge operating losses among a "difficult market environment". With PC sales slumping and tablet sales on the rise, can the company ever hope to draw a profit in the future?
Google Play turns one today, and to celebrate, the team is throwing freebies your way for a limited time only; what can be better than freebies I ask? Not a lot. Info after the jump.
Windows Phone 7 is getting a new lease of life in the coming months, what with the release of the 7.8 update and Microsoft expanding the number of consumer markets apps will be available in.
Elon Musk has made voiced his own opinions on the Apple VS Google smartphone wars. He has been quoted as saying Apple will lose, eventually, to Google “because Steve Jobs is out of the picture.”
The American manufacturer Micron has acquired Japan's Elpida for around $2.5bn, thus climbing the ranks of the largest memory chip makers in the world.
The Google development team have released another redesign for the not-as-popular-as-they'd-like-it-to-be social network's Android application, bringing in some more Holo influences.
Microsoft is off to a strong start in China as it now claims 7% of the market, surpassing the iPhone - which commands just 6% - but still lagging behind Android which holds the lion's share.
Intel's first quarter has been a solid start, said CEO Paul Otellini: the company beat Wall Street's predictions and is foreseeing a year of growth thanks to x86 smartphones and tri-gate chips.
The maker of Red Hat Linux announced a memorable milestone, ie the making of more than 1 billion dollars in revenue. The enterprise market is happy to pay for Linux support, the company suggests.
A former Nokia executive digs into data coming from the UK market and utters his verdict: Microsoft and Windows Phone will bring Nokia to its ultimate doom.
Sony states that its new, powerful gaming handheld has performed very well in the North American and European markets. Now it's just a matter of software releases and third-party support.
Google has revealed details of a security system on its Android Market, with which it aims to tackle the scourge of malware, disguised as legitimate software, that has infected countless devices.
Ever tried to download an app from the Android Market to see that your device is unsupported? Yeah, well it's bloody annoying, completely pointless and results in nothing but a lose-lose situation
Android chief Andy Rubin has announced that over a two day period, Google activated nearly 3.7 million new Android devices, nearly 3 times the daily average.
We take a look at how the major app stores performed in 2011, identifying the store that saw the most growth, the one that generated the most revenue, and the world's most downloaded app of the year.
Apple continues to enjoy a healthy majority of the tablet market, but will devices like the Amazon Kindle Fire and upcoming Windows 8 platform take a chunk of that away next year?
Google has just unveiled a major overhaul to the Android Market for mobile phones running Android 2.2 or higher. The updated market place will allow users to rent thousands of movies and download the latest...
A market analyst named Richard Windsor, who works for Nomura Securities, claims that the market for the tablet industry will change in such a way in the next couple of years that the prices of...
Over 100,000 Android users may have been affected by malicious apps, as 26 more malware programs have been identified on Google’s Android Market. Lookout Mobile Security made the discovery over the weekend, and believes that the...