This week Business Line is entirely focused on IT. Reporting from the Mobile World Congress we check out technology trends for 2017 and beyond.
Apple’s shares continue to rise, hitting new all-time highs in anticipation of the launch of its 10th anniversary iPhone later this year.
European Union finance ministers have agreed new rules to crack down on big multinational companies that are not paying their fair share of tax.
Apple is back as the number one seller of smartphones for the first time in five years, beating Samsung which recalled its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.
Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager says Irish tax authorities are still doing their own calculations as to how much Apple could owe.
iPhone maker Foxconn is considering a display-panel plant in the United States, but says it has nothing to do with Trump's "America First" policy.
The year of Samsung's overheating handsets, Apple's wireless headphones and Mario not as super as Pokemon.
Apple launches legal challenge to a 13 billion euro tax bill from the European Union as Ireland accuses European Commission of exceeding its powers.
Nintendo is making a big push into gaming on mobile devices, trying to build on Pokemon GO's success by launching Super Mario Run on iPhones.
Apple's annual earnings have dropped for the first time in 15 years as it posted a third successive quarter of declining iPhone sales.
The biggest merger of the year may be announced on Sunday as AT&T seek to snap up Time Warner, but Apple is monitoring the situation and may step in.
Google has launched a new line in smartphones along with other gadgets designed to take on electronic giants like Apple and Samsung.
Russia is the latest place to get Apple's contactless payment service, bringing to 10 the number of countries where it works.
Blackberry has shifted away the money-losing handset business to focus on selling software and services.
A switch to online ordering cut down the queues outside shops as Apple iPhone 7 went on sale, as Samsung says it will resume Galaxy Note 7 sales in South Korea at the end of the September.
First came anticipation, then disappointment for some Apple fans as the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus went on sale.
EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been defending the decision to order Apple to pay 13 billion euros in back tax to the Irish government.
Apple's decision not to have a headphone socket on the iPhone 7 has sparked protests and petitions and social media has been awash with criticism and witticism.
South Korea’s LG Electronics has unveiled its new V20 smartphone, seeking to recover from a series of losses in the mobile market.
This week in Business Line we look at the triumphs and troubles of Samsung and Apple, with details of the iPhone 7 and the costly recall of the Note 7.
Ireland's government insisted it has done nothing wrong as the Dublin parliament debated its fight with the European Commission over Apple's tax bill.
Apple is about to unveil its lineup of new products in San Francisco, expected to include the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as well as the Apple Watch 2.
Ireland’s cabinet has approved an appeal against an EU ruling that it should receive 13 billion euros in unpaid taxes from technology giant Apple.
The Irish government says 'We don't want the money' as it decides to appeal against the EU ordering Apple to pay billions in back taxes.
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