The debut of the iPhone 5 draws nigh. After months of speculation, here's what to look for at the Apple event Wednesday.
After last week's stock market rally, the Dow fell 52 points to close at 13,254 on Monday. Investors hope potential new stimulus funding will send stock prices bouncing back.
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Unlimited data plans aren't necessary for most smartphone users, because they don't hit the 2GB per month data cap, according to a study by NPD Connected Intelligence. So will new unlimited data plans from several carriers cause a splash?
Stocks on the S&P 500 index are close to a four-year high while a closely watched fear index briefly touches five-year low.
Mobile pay could replace credit cards with phone taps. Now Target, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy have joined together to bring mobile-pay options to their stores.
As the Olympics draw to a close in London, a TV spectator in the US is left with a host of random questions.
New iPhone to appear later this year. But analysts expect sales of old iPhone to dip and supplies of new iPhone to be constrained for several months.
The Samsung Galaxy S III, which runs Android 4.0 software, could go head-to-head with the iPhone 4S.
Samsung's newly released Galaxy S III phone, complete with ultra-fast 4G capability and a 4.8-inch screen, has a few advantages over Apple's iPhone 4S.