Apple was today granted a patent for what it describes as a ‘consumer electronic product [which] includes at least a transparent housing and a flexible display.’ The accompanying drawings show a device
When Public School – one of New York Fashion Week’s hottest young designer brands – took to the runway with its Fall 2016 collection this week, it wasn’t just the clothes that garnered attention. Adorning
Gilbert Arenas has a modest proposition for the Los Angeles Lakers. The NBA player turned Shanghai Sharks baller is ready to make his way back to the Association to see retiring legend Kobe Bryant's final
The first rally to support Apple's fight with the FBI just happened at the Apple Store in San Francisco
The rally, organized by a group called Fight for the Future, drew a little over 30 people to the Apple Store in downtown San Francisco. The turnout wasn't that big, but Fight for the Future is taking nationwide
Update: Microsoft and SwiftKey have confirmed the acquisition on February 3. In a blog post, Microsoft’s executive vice president of technology and research Harry Shum said: We’ll continue to develop market-leading
The city announced that it will test “open gangway” cars that the rest of the world has been using for years. When it comes to railways and underground transportation, there’s no denying that U.S. cities
HAVANA (Reuters) - Bacardi on Monday sought U.S. records to explain the U.S. government’s decision to strip the spirits company of its right to the Havana Club brand name and hand it back to a Cuban state
Samsung rarely disappoints when it debuts new TVs. Its latest marvel, launched at this year's CES, definitely is one of the best ever. The new TV technology allows you to stack televisions like Lego bricks.
The ARM-based chip can run WiFi routers, power connected devices, and handle networking and storage functions for data centers, it said in a press release. Although this is Amazon's first major move in
We’re still a while away from the launch of the iPhone 7, but rumors have been running rampant recently concerning the design and features of Apple’s next flagship device. Fast Company has now published
Famed designer Henrik Fisker claims in the $100 million suit — filed in a federal district court in California — that Aston Martin issued a threatening letter demanding that he not unveil his "Force 1"
It's widely expected that Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S7 this February during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and that means that the rumors are starting to stream in. A photo posted online purportedly
Apple's next-generation iPhone 7 Plus may feature a 256GB storage option and larger 3,100 mAh battery as two differentiating features over the smaller iPhone 7, according to Chinese website MyDrivers Translate].
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is expected to be announced during Q1 2016, and the flagship smartphone will be under a huge amount of pressure from the South Korean company to perform. Not only does it have to convince
Don't forget to tell Uncle Sam. As of last week, anyone with a drone weighing between 0.5 and 55 pounds must register it with the Federal Aviation Administration. If you bought a drone before December
The founder of MySpace was assigned as the first friend of everyone joining the social network — connecting him to millions of people around the globe. The glory days of MySpace are now long gone, and
UFC featherweight fighter Frankie Edgar has called out champion Conor McGregor and claimed he will "take his soul" if the two face each other in the Octagon. In a lengthy Q&A session on Twitter, Edgar
Police in Tigard, Oregon have cracked an organized retail crime ring which used stolen gift cards worth three-quarters of a million dollars to buy iPhones bound for the Hong Kong black market. Tigard T.J.
Apple has confirmed to Tech Insider that the notebook pictured behind Apple general counsel Bruce Sewell during the 60 Minutes special Inside Apple is the 12-inch MacBook released in April, debunking users
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Tuesday. 1.SpaceX, founded by billionaire Elon Musk, has made history by sending the first orbital rocket into space and landing it back earth.