UGH! My keys ALWAY jingle in my pocket, and I never have a bottle opener when I need it. (Why can’t fancy beers have a twist-off top too?) Enter the OrbitKey Leather Key Organizer & Bottle Opener!
Sharp, a key supplier of displays for Apple – has posted an annual net loss of $1.9 billion. While there were doubts the company could continue operating, it has been able to carry on, at least for the short term, via investments by banks.
Tired of filling up your iPhone, iPad or tablet with apps from a multitude of cable networks only to have them ask you for login credentials after each update? All of that goes away with one simple wireless streaming box and multi-OS app from Slingbox and the new M1.
When video game retailer GameStop bought Apple Reseller Chain Simply Mac, they promised to open new stores at a fairly decent clip. They continue to keep that promise, as the chain recently opened a new Simply Mac location in the college town of Bloomington, IN, home of Indiana University.
Verizon Communications announced on Tuesday that it is acquiring AOL, formerly known as America Online, for $50 per share, in a deal worth approximately $4.4 billion.
Fitness tracking device maker Fitbit on Thursday announced it is preparing for an initial public offering aimed at raising at least $100 million. The company specifically cited the Apple Watch as a “potential threat” in its filing.
AT&T has updated its throttling policies to say it will now only throttle customers that are connected to a cell tower that is experiencing network congestion
Amazon Prime members will soon be able to stream the service’s video and audio offering for free while flying on JetBlue airplanes.
In the wake of Comcast’s unsuccessful takeover bid for Time Warner Cable, the Wall Street Journal reports that despite a history of bad blood between the two companies, Charter Communications and Time Warner are in discussions about a possible merger.
In what definitely should be considered the best time wasting achievement of the day, you can now play over 2,400 MS-DOS games inside of a tweet! Sure, you have to play them one at a time, but it’s still cool!
Samsung’s reported net profit of 4.63 trillion won ($4.35 billion) for the January to March quarter was a 39% percent drop from the year ago quarter.
MCX, the company behind Apple Pay competitor CurrentC, announced on Tuesday that CEO Dekkers Davidson has left the company. The announcement comes one day after MCX member Best Buy announced that it would begin accepting Apple Pay in sits stores later this year.
T-Mobile has announced that it is waiving and crediting fees for all calls and texts to and from Nepal. The area was hit with a devastating earthquake last week.
Despite recent crackdowns against American tech companies, the European Commission would like to go on record as saying they are NOT specifically targeting U.S. firms.
The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly poised to block the proposed merger of cable giants Comcast and Time Warner.
Google is celebrating the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express mail delivery system with a game doodle taking the place of the usual Google logo on their search page.