Flo, a newly launched project on Kickstarter, aims to simplify reading your child’s temperature with their connected, smart, and social thermometer.
Google is giving away 2GB of free Google Drive storage space to those users who go through a brief account security checkup. Sure, 2GB isn’t much, but free Google Drive space is always a good deal.
If you listened to commercials for the big four wireless carriers, you’d think they all supply the fastest LTE speeds around. The fact is, none of them offer anywhere near the fastest speeds in the world. Far from it.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday that Sharp is about to enter “exclusive talks” with Foxconn over a takeover bid said to be worth approximately $5.5 billion.
Innovation Hasn’t Decided on Sharp Rescue Plan, as Rival Foxconn Raises Its Bid and Promises no Job Cuts
The bidding war for Sharp continues, as Japanese government-backed Innovation Network Corporation has yet to announce a promised bailout plan, and its main rival Foxconn raises its bid while promising not to cut Japanese jobs.
While T-Mobile and its bombastic CEO John Legere might be taking some heat over their Binge On unlimited video streaming service, it appears T-Mobile customers love it.
It’s the usual “good news/bad news” routine at Netflix for the month of February, as a new batch of content will flood the service during the month, but they’ll also be clearing their servers of a number of older movies and television shows to make room for the new stuff.
Natalie Kerris, Apple’s former public relations guru who retired last April after 14 years working inside the Cupertino firm’s PR machine, is said to be in talks to become head of communications for Twitter.
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn has made a ¥625 billion (around $5.3 billion) offer to acquire troubled Japanese electronics manufacturer Sharp.
New York City’s much-anticipated public Wi-Fi initiative has gone live. LinkNYC offers those within range of the kiosks free one gigabit Internet access, as well as convenient charging ports for mobile devices.
Apple chip partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) is reported to be readying a 7-nanometer chip fabricating process for a rollout as early as 2018, with a move to a 5nm process allegedly being targeted for 2020.
Verizon has debuted their new “FreeBee Data” service, which allows companies to pay for a Verizon user’s data when they are accessing the company’s content.
TSMC, fabricator of Apple’s A9 chips, used in the Cupertino firm’s iPhone 6s line of devices, has announced quarterly earnings that beat analysts estimates, and posted the company’s highest annual earnings in 29 years.
Nominations for the 88th Academy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs biopic was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress and Best Actor categories.
While we knew Netflix had a buttload of horror movies available, we weren’t aware you could access them by sub-category!
AT&T will begin offering an unlimited data plan to its wireless customers once again, but there is a catch.