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The iPhone SE was Apple's last 4-inch iPhone, and the only phone made at an incredibly accessible price point of just $350.
Tesla is facing scrutiny for its cars catching on fire, but electric cars could actually end up being safer than gas-powered cars
Several Tesla vehicles have caught fire recently, spurring concerns that the cars and their batteries are hazardous.
Breaking up Facebook is just a step on the road to rehab for America’s relationship with big companies
The US must breakup Facebook and return to understanding that monopolies are more about pricing power, they're about the perils of size in general.
A smartphone company you’ve never heard of rose to fame by being the opposite of Apple and Samsung. Now it looks like that might be starting to ...
The OnePlus 7 Pro is almost as pricey as phones made by Apple and Samsung, and the firm is pulling in top talent like Robert Downey Jr. to promote it.
The Huawei ban shows President Donald Trump is trying to cripple Chinese companies' efforts around the world. The trade war is small in comparison.
I went to an Apple store for a repair and was shocked by how disorganized its shopping experience has become
Shopping in an Apple store used to be a novel experience, but now it is a disorganized mess.
Facebook’s sluggish response to the WhatsApp hack shows it’s still not learning from catastrophic errors in the past
WhatsApp was hacked, exposing a 'serious security vulnerability' first reported on by the Financial Times on Monday.
People pushing to break up Facebook are overlooking one problem: It could bring back ‘growth hacking’
Breaking up Facebook would push social media back into a bad habit from the old days: growth hacking.
Lower-income customers are often a blind spot, but here’s why advertisers need to pay attention to them
Jodie Huang, the manager of consumer insights for Mindshare, says the benefits of new tech are leaving lower income groups behind, and it's not good news for brands.
If you think Tesla and CEO Elon Musk can't keep quiet, think again: the company's new self-driving chip was developed in near-total secrecy.