This year, Apple has marketed the iPhone X heavily, and new features like facial recognition and the edge-to-edge screen are stoking demand.
The company once known as Thomson Consumer Electronics plans to shut down its local office in Carmel by the end of the year.
Barring a major fourth-quarter comeback, 2017 is on course to be the worst year for conventional pay-TV subscriber losses in history.
The $999 price tag suggests Apple is ramping up its strategy as a purveyor of aspirational gadgets, even though improvements are often incremental or derivative.
The trend reflects the increasing sophistication of smartphones, which have been evolving into status symbols akin to automobiles. In both cases, many consumers appear willing to pay a premium price for luxury models that take them where they want to go in style.
The eighth generation of its Core line will provide as much as a 40 percent jump over its predecessor, according to the Santa Clara, California-based company.
Mobile devices and data are the keys to understanding Samsung's ascent as the new industry leader.
The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday that the wireless carrier had a policy to slow down the speeds of its heaviest data users.
The move could potentially offer real competition to carriers like Verizon and AT&T for a subset of the country. Comcast has just over 28 million customers.
Apple's next iPhones will come without the analog headphone jack that's been standard on iPhones and most other electronic devices for years. The phones were unveiled Wednesday afternoon during Apple's fall product launch event in San Francisco.
The iPhone has traditionally shipped with a pair of Apple’s iconic earbuds. But tech analysts and industry bloggers say it looks like the tech giant has decided to do away with the analog headphone jack in the next iPhone, which it will unveil on Wednesday.
A key question for the economy this year is whether consumer spending can keep growing and offset the impacts of stock market volatility and slowing growth overseas.
Indianapolis-based MOBI landed the capital from New York-based private equity firm Bregal Sagemount, which has made previous investments in LifeLock, Orbitz and Vivint.
Apple Inc. quickly dispensed with a $1 billion lawsuit by iPod users claiming software updates for the device were meant to block competitors, as a jury ruled for the company after only three hours of deliberations.
Apple unveiled a smartwatch on Tuesday, a wearable device that marks the company's first major entry in a new product category since the iPad's debut in 2010.
Starting this month, Indianapolis area residents and business owners can order up lawn mowing and snow plowing services through an app.