Samsung announced its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, during an event in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday. The Galaxy Home will be powered by Samsung's artificial-intelligence voice assistant, Bixby, for voice commands. More details are expected in November during the Samsung Developer Conference
Two of the phones could get Apple Pencil support, according to the report. A new set of iPhone predictions is out from TrendForce, a market research firm focusing on computer components like DRAM and NAND Flash. TrendForce believes Apple is preparing three new iPhone models for a launch this year,
When it comes to saving for retirement, most investors focus on their returns yet many have no idea how the fees they’re paying are eating into those earnings.
The prices at the world's largest used car auction have been better than usual lately, especially since President Donald Trump started pushing for new tariffs on imported vehicles, parts as well as the steel and aluminium used to make cars.
Hackers are using a method known as “SIM swapping” to steal phone numbers and in some cases, use them to take millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency.
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Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating all Canadian wireless carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts. "There have been multiple instances of armed robberies at our stores targeting unlocked, new devices," Bell said in a submission to the CRTC. To help spur competition
A Texas jury has awarded more than $242 million to a Dallas-area family who sued Toyota over what they said were defective front seats in their Lexus sedan. Benjamin and Kristi Reavis alleged defects caused their front seat backs in a September 2016 rear-end collision to collapse on their two young
Air Canada is seeking finance ministry approval to form its own life insurance company as a gateway to the annuities market and a hedge against looming pension payouts. A spokesperson says the airline aims to shore up pension risks by buying annuities from Canadian insurers and reinsuring the fixed
The previously unreported case in a federal court in California is proceeding under seal, so no filings are publicly available, but the three people told Reuters that Facebook is contesting the U.S. Department of Justice's demand. The judge in the Messenger case heard arguments on Tuesday on a government
"One of the biggest concerns out there is that China's demand numbers are coming down if China's GDP growth is slowing," said Tariq Zahir, managing member at Tyche Capital in New York. Two of the world's largest energy-focused hedge funds, Andurand Capital and BBL Commodities,
Crude oil just posted its worst week since July as a surging dollar, slowing emerging markets and supply concerns have all weighed on the commodity. But despite the price declines, one commodities trader sees a rally in the cards.
Natural Cycles, a mobile fertility app, this month became the first ever digital contraceptive device to win FDA marketing approval. The Swedish startup says it's effective and lets women avoid side effects common with other methods like birth control pills. Natural Cycles boasts more than 900,000
People spend about a third of their income on stuff they want even though they're also dedicating the same amount toward paying off debt, which is only growing.
Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY) (NYSE:RY) has generated impressive returns for long-term investors.
Halifax Transit is planning to update its fareboxes, but the upgrade comes with a change that some residents view as a doubling down on paper-based technology in this electronic era. The municipality issued a tender on Wednesday seeking a provider of bus tickets that will have enhanced security features
Greece officially completes its bailout program on Monday, after eight years of cutbacks enforced in return for massive loans and following an economic collapse on the scale of the Great Depression. The huge debt pile in Greece and an even bigger one in Italy will remain a lurking financial threat to
Warren's legislation is based on the belief that CEOs have abandoned all stakeholders other than shareholders. As a Harvard Business School professor, former CEO of Medtronic, and having served on nine public company boards, I can attest to the fact that every CEO I know recognizes the importance
Small-business confidence is at a record level, and business owners plan to hire more workers now than they have in years. But there is a problem: The lack of skilled workers is leaving many open job postings unfilled. The good news: A solution already may exist on Main Street.
After full-time work ends and before required minimum distributions from retirement accounts begin, you can often use strategies to minimize the taxes you pay on your assets.
A shipping revolution and a U.S. plan to impose targeted crude sanctions against Iran is likely to prompt wild swings in the oil price over the coming months, Vopak's chief executive told CNBC on Friday.