Apple’s pricing was perhaps the most significant news of the day because it was a stark reminder of how the company is evolving from a high-end hardware-maker into a mass market digital services provider.
The attorneys general, all Democrats, said eliminating a major wireless company will immediately harm consumers by reducing competition and driving up prices for cellphone service.
Published reports say a group of at least 10 state attorneys general are planning a lawsuit to block a merger of wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint.
The United States is delaying restrictions on U.S. technology sales to Chinese tech powerhouse Huawei in what it calls an effort to ease the blow on owners of its cell phones and smaller U.S. telecoms providers that rely on its networking equipment.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said Monday he supported the $26.5 billion deal because the two companies promised to expand mobile internet access in rural areas and roll out 5G, the next generation of mobile networks.
Apple Inc. executives had a clear message for investors on Tuesday: Demand for iPhones has begun to recover from a bruising holiday period.
Samsung Electronics Co. will delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone from the planned April 26 debut after reports of screen failures among some review units, a setback for the world’s biggest handset maker.
A brewing backlash against the rich commissions Apple earns from all purchases and subscriptions made via iPhone apps could undercut the app store, which generates about a third of the company's services revenue.
Scooch over OtterBox? An upstart Hoosier firm is intent on grabbing a share of the cell phone case market with innovative features. Already, the nine-employee company has grown revenue to nearly $6 million in four years.
The prominent supplier for Apple and other electronics-makers says it’s scrapping plans to build a giant new factory in Wisconsin, opting to hire American engineers and researchers instead of a promised fleet of blue-collar workers.
These days, VR is mostly a niche product for gaming and business training, held back by expensive, clunky headsets, a paucity of interesting software and other technological shortcomings.
Kroger, America’s biggest supermarket chain, has remodeled two stores to test out the new features, which include “digital shelves” that can show ads and change prices on the fly along with a network of sensors that keep track of products and help speed shoppers through the aisles.
Stocks tumbled Thursday on Wall Street, with technology companies suffering their worst loss in seven years, after Apple reported that iPhone sales are slumping.
Apple acknowledged that demand for iPhones is waning, confirming investor fears that the company's most profitable product has lost some of its luster.
The companies are chalking up the layoffs at their facility at 1581 S. Perry Road to “changes in our business and production objectives,” according to a notice to state officials.
The state saw immediate results when the do-not-call law went into effect in 2002, but advances in technology are allowing telemarketers to find loopholes.
Apple's faithful customers aren't snapping up iPhones quite as enthusiastically as anticipated heading into the crucial holiday shopping season.
The company is spending millions of dollars to broaden its foothold as internet connectivity becomes the norm in vehicles, opening up a wealth of opportunities for enhanced entertainment, marketing and data services.
Technology companies Ultimate Automation and Electronic Evolutions have merged to form Ultimate Technologies Group, which will be headquartered in the Fishers Nickel Plate District.
Verizon’s 5G Home service, which provides an alternative to cable for connecting laptops, phones, TVs and other devices over Wi-Fi, launches Monday in four U.S. cities, including Indianapolis.