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A decade on, fans still queue up for Apple's latest phones. But lines aren't as long as they've been in the past because many are waiting for iPhone X.
The queues might not be what they were 10 years ago, but Apple fans still turned out to buy the latest and greatest (before the iPhone X gets here that is).
A judge must sign off when police use "Stingrays" to record all the cellphone numbers nearby. The devices trick cell phones by acting like cell towers.
TfL, London's transport regulator, rejected the company's license renewal request due to Uber's "lack of corporate responsibility."
Compared to the US, Britain and France, Germany’s national election looks downright boring. That’s a good thing.
Most people set up special filters for birthdays, graduations and weddings. Funerals are just a logical, if unusual, next step.
The small country overtakes the US, Russia and China.
And I'm not just talking about selfie portraits or animated poop.
Not a pumpkin spice latte in sight.
The streaming company follows through on March promise.
Through Friday, Sept. 22, Verizon's iPhone 8 promotion will lead you on an AR scavenger hunt across the city.
YouTube prophets claim the end of days is Sept. 23 when a nonexistent planet will supposedly smack into us. Meanwhile, a very real threat exists.
I’ve spent years hoping HTC would bounce back. Its deal with Google makes me nervous.
A new Fox comedy is streaming on Twitter for a limited time before it makes its television debut in October.
Hackers set their sights on companies like Google, Microsoft and Samsung, infecting potentially hundreds of computers with malicious software.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg also vows to protect "election integrity," promising more transparency around political ads.
Dog person or not, you might find it ruff to get through this stop-motion film, about dogs exiled to a trash dump, without shedding a tear.
About half of the US population's personal data has been compromised. Does it scare you? What have you done about it? We want to know.
The Amazon Echo boldly goes where no smart personal assistant has gone before, adding spacey sound effects, trivia and more.
The move comes as the social network faces increased scrutiny over its advertising tools.