Apple Inc sold more iPhones than Wall Street had expected in the latest quarter, and the company forecast higher-than-expected revenue for the critical holiday-shopping season.
Recent Technology News
WASHINGTON Obama administration officials briefed key congressional staffers last week about a secret court order to Yahoo that prompted it to search all users’ incoming emails for a still undisclosed digital signature, but they remain reluctant to discuss the unusual case with a broader audience.
BEIJING Savari Inc, a U.S. maker of sensors for autonomous driving, on Tuesday said China's largest automaker, SAIC Motor Corp Ltd, has agreed to manufacture and distribute Savari's sensors in China and some Southeast Asian markets.
Austrian sensor chip maker AMS AG has warned of a setback with one of its customers which could hit revenues and force a writedown in its accounts, sending its Swiss-listed shares down by as much as 23 percent on Tuesday.
SAN FRANCISCO In the first real-world commercial use of autonomous trucking, some 45,000 cans of Budweiser beer arrived late last week to a warehouse after traveling over 120 highway miles in a self-driving truck with no driver at the wheel, executives from Uber [UBER.UL] and Anheuser-Busch said.
Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings said he was in favor of AT&T Inc's planned $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc, provided that his popular media streaming company continued to be treated fairly.
- U.S. judge approves $14.7 billion deal in VW diesel scandal
- Morgan Stanley CEO Gorman takes aim at quarterly reporting
- U.S. August home prices rise 5.1 percent from year ago; consumer confidence slips in October
- Chipotle quarterly restaurant sales down more than expected
- Target to offer more deals, extend free shipping until January
- Wall St. slips on earnings; Apple results due
- Lockheed Martin's quarterly profit handily beats estimates