While we may think of Wearable Technology as a recent development, in truth, it’s been around since the 17th century.
It looks as if “The Social Network” director David Fincher will not be directing Sony’s Steve Jobs biopic, as the The Hollywood Reporter reports Sony thought Fincher’s asking price was too high.
BGR reports this morning that trusted sources have confirmed many of the rumored details about Amazon’s alleged upcoming smartphone, and the site has also obtained photos they say are of the much-rumored handset.
Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8.1, released today as a developer’s preview, offers limited support for Apple’s Passbook passes.
T-Mobile is kicking off a new piece of its ongoing “Uncarrier” initiative. Starting in May, the carrier will eliminate overage charges for its customers, regardless of their cellular plan. The Magenta network is also throwing down a challenge to its competitors to do the same.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is preparing to debut its first Amazon-branded smartphone in June. WSJ sources say the company has partnered with HTC to produce the device, which will create 3D images without the need for 3D glasses.
If I’m honest with myself, I have to admit, the one thing missing from my life is a lamp that can charge my iPhone, allows me to listen to music, make a call, and set the mood while it’s controlled by my iphone. OK, not really. But, this week’s Kickstarter is still really cool. Enter Luma – a smart lamp for the 21st century.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter again to give his support to the Employee Non-Discrimination Act. The proposed bill would make it illegal for most employers to discriminate against hiring anyone based on gender identity or sexual orientation.
Amazon has announced that it is acquiring digital comics platform Comixology. The digital comics firm operates both a online comics store, and a mobile comics app. Their app was the top-grossing non-game iPad app in 2013.
Google is reportedly ready to allow anyone in the US to be a glasshole. The offer will only be available for one day, and of course you’ll still need the $1,500 to pay for your Google Glass headset.
Nike has announced the opening of their San Francisco-based Nike+ Fuel Lab that the company says will build on the work already done through the 2013 Nike+ Accelerator program, and will establish NikeFuel as the universal way to measure and motivate for any kind of movement.
On the heels of the release of its new Fire TV streaming set-top box, Amazon has issued a press release saying it has officially leapt into third place in video streaming usage in the U.S.
The class-action lawsuit brought against Apple, Google, and other tech firms for allegedly conspiring not to hire employees from one another could lead to an astronomical award of $9 billion in lost wages, as a pile of evidence continues to mount against the companies.
A new report released Tuesday by Symantec reveals mobile malware authors continue to target the Android platform almost exclusively. The data was included as part of the company’s annual Internet security threat report.
Former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts – who will soon assume her new position as Apple’s Senior Vice President in charge of the company’s retail and online sales – will be made an honorary Dame of the British Empire for her restoration of the Burberry brand.
Google is about to take another try at the television market, with a set-top box called Android TV. The maker of the late, unlamented Google TV says “It’s all about finding and enjoying content with the least amount of friction.” It will be “cinematic, fun, fluid, and fast.”