Number four wireless carrier Sprint on Monday announced it acquired a 33% stake in Jay Z’s Tidal music streaming service.
Yahoo is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for its failure to disclose massive data breaches sooner.
Samsung has revealed the results of their in-depth investigation as to what went wrong with the design and manufacturing of their Galaxy Note 7 handsets
Members of the Unicode Technical Committee members will meet at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., next week to discuss the addition of redhead emoji.
Samsung will hold a press conference this coming Sunday, in which it will reveal its findings as to the causes of last year’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone fires and explosions.
Simply Mac, the chain of authorized Apple Reseller and Service Provider stores owned by Gamestop, is closing a number of stores across the United States.
Netflix outperformed expectations in the fourth quarter of 2016, adding over a third more subscribers than expected.
Samsung has completed their official investigation into why some of their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones burst into flames. The official culprit? It was the battery!
Three of Apple’s major suppliers, Foxconn, its subsidiary Sharp, and chipmaker TSMC, are all considering moving some production to the United States.
Fitness wearables maker Jawbone could have been acquired by main rival Fitbit, but a lowball offer ended talks almost as soon as they had begun.
Apple’s Vice President Lisa Jackson has been named as one of the 25 members of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) new Automation Committee to oversee self-driving transportation policy.
Verizon users who are still holding on to that unlimited data plan they were grandfathered into may feel it slipping away just bit more…
AT&T has decided to dig a little deeper into the pockets of its customers who are still on grandfathered unlimited data plans.
It’s possible to hack your tiny NES Classic console to allow adding your own favorite games. Here’s how.
Major Apple assembly partner Foxconn Technology Group has reported its first ever sales drop since the company went public in 1991.
It’s been less than a year since Verizon introduced a fee for customers who upgrade their smartphones, but that hasn’t deterred them from increasing that $20 fee by ten bucks.