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Apple announced record profits in the last fiscal quarter of 2014 thanks to a surge in iPhone sales. But falling iPad sales have investors questioning how Apple can turn the device around.

The Kickstarter page for Hendo Hoverboard promises a working model for $10,000. But what powers this technology?

Apple's mobile payment system debuted Monday. Here's a quick overview of what it is and how it works.

HBO and CBS are planning on selling stand-alone streaming services, a move that was praised by those who want to move to an à la carte cable subscription service. But paying per station could cost far more than a normal cable package.

Apple Pay will allow iPhones to act like credit cards, easing the way to a wallet-less future. What can Apple learn from past payment plans?

Apple announced Thursday that Apple Pay will be released to the public on Monday. Can Apple Pay shake up the payment industry and be the next iRevolution?

Apple unveiled a new lineup of products Thursday. Apple revealed a new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, an iMac with a Retina display, and the release date of OS X Yosemite.

James Comey, one of the nation's top law enforcement officials, says it could interfere with criminal investigations.

Facebook Safety Check lets loved ones know if you are safe after a disaster near your location.

Google unveiled new versions of its Nexus phone and tablet on Wednesday. Google's Nexus phone will run on the new version of the Android operating system: Lollipop.

Ahead of Apple's Oct. 16 event, Apple accidentally leaks info about new iPads, answering some of the rumors surrounding their new features. But questions remain about what else they will debut. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review scores have hit the Web. The critics are pretty positive about Samsung's new 'phablet.'

50 Cent's Street headphones now come with some Star Wars flavor.

Chinese designers are pulling in Kickstarter funds for an "air umbrella" that creates a dome of air to keep rain off users. 

Skype Qik is a new video messaging app made specifically for mobile. Skype Qik allows users to send short video messages to a friend or to a group.

Nearly 100,000 images and videos from Snapchat were released on the Internet. But anyone seeing the Snapchat images might be subject to child pornography charges.

Hawks don't like metal things whizzing by them. In a video posted to YouTube, a hawk can be seen attacking a drone, which sends it tumbling to the ground. 

Why take a cellphone selfie, when you could have a 3-D printed statue of yourself? In New York, organizations are offering 3-D printed statues of customers. 

HTC believes the future is images. On Wednesday, HTC introduced a new line of products aimed at mobile photography. HTC introduced a new standalone camera, a smart phone with enhanced cameras, and mobile photo-editing software.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said women shouldn't ask for a raise, because that's good karma. Mr. Nadella has since apologized for the remark, but here is how Microsoft treats its female employees.

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