CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company seeks to widen the product's appeal amid slowing sales.
NEW YORK — Amazon on Tuesday became the second publicly traded company to reach $1 trillion in market value, hot on the heels of iPhone maker Apple.
A Charleston-based clean energy technology company has raised $6 million from a group of investors that includes a former National Basketball Association commissioner.
The Mount Pleasant startup STEM Premier, which helps high school students pair up with colleges and employers, has raised $9 million from an online education company.
Every year, T-Mobile gathers a few hundred people, hands out noisemakers and fires up a video stream to announce what it hopes will be the next big thing in the wireless industry.
Search engine giant Google Inc. plans to invest $600 million to expand its massive data center outside Charleston, according to records filed with Berkeley County.
A South Carolina man is suing Apple because he says his iPhone exploded in his pocket two years ago, injuring him so badly that he was airlifted to a burn center in Georgia.
SAN FRANCISCO — Uber will have to navigate around a new regulatory pothole in New York on an already bumpy road to its initial public offering of stock next year.
Just four days after it showed up in the Lowcountry, the scooter-rental startup Bird has been turned away by two of the region’s largest municipalities. But this time, its scooters are being locked away by the police.
The scooters arrived with little warning — no hype, no preview, no city approval. When day broke on the weekend, they were just there.
Boingo agreed last week to buy a Charleston startup called Elauwit for $28 million in cash. Elauwit’s owners can collect an extra $15 million if the company's sales grow fast enough.
Apple is the world's first publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion, the financial fruit of stylish technology that has redefined what consumers expect from their gadgets.
Snag — the Virginia-based owner of PeopleMatter — has a new leader, a veteran of the human-resources software industry who takes over amid ambitious expansion plans.
Charleston-based Gotcha Group is getting into the scooter business.
It has been a year and a half since Home Telecom made plans to outfit the Charleston peninsula with blazing Internet speeds, with service that would finish downloads several times faster than …
Comcast is cranking up its download speeds in Charleston, ramping up an Internet arms race that has seen the region's providers increasingly compete over the snappiness of their service.
A Charleston native and government prosecutor who resigned from a top post at the Justice Department last week is taking a high-profile job in the private sector.
The Internet has drummed up all kinds of challenges — most of them bizarre, usually unpleasant but often innocuous enough. The whims of online culture can make the most offbeat idea seem commo…
The nation's top intelligence official and the deputy director of the FBI are coming to Charleston in September to talk about cybersecurity.
Comcast is dealing with a widespread outage of some of its services.
The Charleston startup Dynepic, which is developing a parental control platform for Internet-connected devices, has landed $675,000 in new investments to expand its reach.
South Carolina could pocket a new stream of revenue after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared a path for states to collect sales tax from online retailers, but e-commerce isn’t expected to produce …
NEW YORK — AT&T is launching a new streaming service incorporating television networks from the Time Warner company it just bought.
Charleston has most of the pieces it would need to get a new wireless network downtown, to start building a grid of small transmitters on the tops of telephone poles and light posts.
South Carolina’s solar industry is expected to hold its own in 2018 after a legislative debate over its future ended in a stalemate. But the industry thinks its reach will begin tapering off i…
When Blackbaud Inc. moved its corporate headquarters to Daniel Island 18 years ago, that area of the city was still mostly undeveloped — still too young to have seen even its first buildings g…
WASHINGTON — A federal judge approved the $85 billion mega-merger of AT&T and Time Warner on Tuesday, a move that could usher in a wave of media consolidation while shaping how much consum…
NEW YORK — Your ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change — though not right away — following the official demise Monday of Obama-era Internet protections.
A group of nine South Carolina technology entrepreneurs are binding together to push an ambitious vision for the state: bringing it onto the blockchain.
Southern technology startups tend to play it safe.
The ride-hailing service Uber is using Charleston to test a new tool that sends passengers' locations directly to dispatchers when they dial 911.
Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs is unloading nearly half of its remaining shares in Benefitfocus Inc. as it gradually unwinds a stake that once accounted for nearly half the Daniel Island soft…
"That's how big a deal this is, how disruptive, how different."
The Lowcountry may be having traffic problems, but many of the people sitting in their cars every day have brought something else to the region: prosperity.
The Charleston health care software startup PokitDok says it picked up a $4 million investment from one of the nation's largest vision insurance companies.
The Medical University of South Carolina is taking more space in the upcoming WestEdge development north of its campus.
Charleston-based PhishLabs has raised just over $20 million to buy a competing cybersecurity firm, making a significant bet on its ability to snap up more of the market for spotting and shutti…
Artificial intelligence has a new challenge: Whether and how to alert people who may not know they're talking to a robot.
Duping people into handing over their personal information is out. The new trend for cyber criminals is to dupe them into giving up their employers' details instead.
The connected-vehicle company Zubie is experimenting with using its technology on rental cars, testing the waters of an emerging trend in the industry.
Benefitfocus thinks that on some level, it should be thought of alongside names like Airbnb and Uber.
Blackbaud Inc. is making a $43 million bet that data analytics is central to the future of its business, acquiring a startup to shore up its ability to crunch numbers for nonprofit groups.