Amazon on Thursday confirmed it will hold its second annual one-day “Prime Day” sale event on July 12. On that day, Amazon will offer Black Friday-like deals exclusively to its members of its Amazon Prime service.
If you’re a Back to the Future or Lethal Weapon fan, July is definitely your month on Netflix. Star Trek fans, well… Not so much.
Google is reportedly working on its own self-branded smartphone, which will likely launch by the end of this year. A new report indicates Google is looking for a way to compete directly with devices from Apple and Samsung.
Netflix could offer a much-requested offline viewing mode by the end of the year.
Adele’s latest album, “25,” became available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Prime, and a number of other streaming services at midnight last night.
Southern California Burger King restaurants are offering up something we didn’t know we couldn’t live without until we saw it: Cheetos powder-dusted mozzarella sticks filled with deep-fried macaroni and cheese.
T-Mobile has announced another new promotion, “Summer Unleashed.” The carrier will offer all postpaid customers free unlimited high-speed data while traveling anywhere in Europe, (except the tiny country of Andorra), between July 1st and August 31st of this year.
Unicode 9.0 was approved earlier this month, and as of yesterday, June 21, the 72 new emoji are now official, and can be used in operating systems and messaging apps.
A report from Thursday says Facebook video could be the next streaming service added to T-Mobile’s Binge On program.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) on Thursday officially announced the details of Bluetooth 5, the next version of its wireless hardware standard. The group says the new version will offer “significantly increased range, speed, and broadcast messaging capacity.”
If you are one of the more than 500,000 Facebook users who had their Facebook account hijacked by self-described “Spam King” Sanford Wallace, you can take some comfort this morning…
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday upheld a federal rules preventing internet service providers from slowing down or obstructing consumer access to web content.
T-Mobile continues to expand the number of streaming video services offered by its free “Binge On” video streaming program, as it has announced five new video services have been added. The new services are PBS, PBS Kids, Azubu, Dailymotion Games, and Eyegroove.
Microsoft on Monday announced it will acquire professional social networking site LinkedIn in an all-cash transaction worth $26.2 billion. LinkedIn is the largest professional network in the world, and boasts over 433 million members.
The next generation of the Bluetooth communication standard, Bluetooth 5, will be formally announced next week. The new standard will offer double the range and four times the speed of the current one.
Google has announced that it will match Apple’s new 85/15 revenue split for app subscriptions. But, they’ll make it effective immediately, not after a year.