Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty forecasted that iPhone sales would drop for the first time year-over-year in Apple's fiscal 2016 year. This represents a stark contrast to a previous prediction that had iPhone sales increase.
The Inbox team at Google has made sharing all those emails you get when you're planning a trip easy. With just one tap, you can send trip bundles to anyone, and the update also makes attaching photos to emails easier.
LG might be planning to stick with the G5 and V10 next year and remove the experimental G Flex from the lineup, according to a new rumor. The G5 would fit in the first half of the year and the V10 would launch in the second half.
While most people are looking for a love match on Tinder (or at least, a hook-up), a new partnership with the United Kingdom's National Health Service has users swiping right for a different sort of match.
Facebook has started testing real-time comments on status updates, similar to real-time Messages updates that show three dots when someone is replying. The feature is being tested on iOS, and has been in testing since November.
The Huawei spin-off brand Honor may be about to see its U.S. debut. The company will hold an event at CES 2016, where it's rumored to introduce the mid-range Honor 5X smartphone, and detail its future plans.
From its early successes in smartphones to its epic rise to the top of the Android world and fast crash back to Earth, no company has a sadder story than HTC. Does it have what it takes to make a comeback?
Following in the footsteps of Google and Facebook, Twitter is now sending out alerts to users whose accounts are targeted by "state-sponsored actors" searching for personal data on individuals or groups of interest.