Number three U.S. carrier T-Mobile reported its third quarter 2016 earnings today, and says the iPhone 7, and its various promotions, contributed to its increase in earnings.
AT&T on Saturday confirmed they are acquiring Time Warner in a deal worth an equity value of $85.4 billion and a total transaction value of $108.7 billion, including Time Warner’s net debt.
This week’s distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on DNS provider Dyn’s servers demonstrated just how fragile the Internet, and all of our connected devices, can be.
The Internet is being hit with major outages around the United States today, as a series of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks hit DNS provider Dyn’s servers.
Microsoft announced their numbers for the fiscal first quarter 2017 on Thursday, showing earnings of $4.9 billion on revenues of $22.3 billion, aided in part by a strong showing by their Surface lineup of computers.
Yahoo is urging the U.S. government to publicly explain why it compelled the online company to scan the content in its users’ email accounts.
T-Mobile was caught throttling its heaviest unlimited data customers back in 2015, and is now paying the piper to the tune of $48 million.
Do you hear that scraping sound? It’s CBS hitting the bottom of the barrel for game show ideas. The Big Eye Network has ordered up a game show series based on the popular Candy Crush Saga mobile game.
A new email leaked by WikiLeaks from Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta reveals Apple CEO Tim Cook was listed among a number of others as possible running mates for Clinton.
Netflix shares soared over 20% in late trading on Monday, as the premium streaming service announced it had added over 50% more subscribers than expected in the third quarter of 2016.
Samsung on Friday say it expects to lose an additional $3 billion in operating profits through March 2017, because of the costs involved with the Galaxy Note 7 fire fiasco.
Apple chip supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) announced on Thursday that it is raising its 2016 revenue forecast to between 11 and 12 percent.
Bloomberg reports the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall fiasco has led the South Korean firm to cut its third quarter 2016 operating profit expectations by $2.3 billion.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers access to “tens of millions” of songs from all of the major record labels. Pricing is $7.99 per month for Prime members, and $9.99 for non-members.
Email users looking to leave Yahoo Mail are finding it a bit more difficult these days. They are finding the service’s email forwarding function has been “temporarily disabled.”
Samsung has permanently halted production of their fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, in the face of safety issues concerning the batteries that power the handsets.