BESMAYA, Iraq (Reuters) - U.S.-led coalition forces training Iraqi soldiers to fight Islamic State are applying lessons from last month’s recapture of Ramadi to prepare the army to retake the northern
A durable, omnidirectional camera You've probably heard about 360-degree videos. You've also probably heard about action cameras. Today, Nikon announced its going to combine the two in a new camera called
Didi Kuaidi, Uber’s market-dominant rival in China, says it has received 1.4 million test drive requests since launching the service in October. That’s based on 1.8 million user sign-ups, and is, by any
The head-covering gets a Sicilian touch. Dolce & Gabbana has launched its first line of hijabs and abayas. Designer Stefano Gabbana proudly broke the news on his Instagram, captioning photos of the collection,
CES is the time for large companies like Sony to shine. It featured one of the largest and most impressive booth spaces on the showroom floor and a line that saw hundreds of reporters queuing up haphazardly
It's called Le Max Pro, and it's not French. Just a few years ago, we might have scoffed at the idea of buying a smartphone from a Chinese OEM. Now, with companies like Huawei and ZTE showing us that pedigree
What's a polite word for 'least effort possible'? When Apple introduced 3D Touch on the iPhone 6S this September, it described the technology as a revolutionary paradigm for interacting with touchscreen
But Kristo Käärmann, the co-founder of the international money transfer business, has revealed the company has a pretty unusual approach to management. In a blog post last week, he said TransferWise doesn't
Real change? Justin Trudeau's election slogan gets a first test when he puts faces on it next week in the form of cabinet ministers. One way or another, some will be new faces – the Liberals held 36 seats
Photography startup Light has launched L16, which the company's calling a "a multi-aperture computational camera," at the Code/Mobile conference. It's named L16, because it's equipped with 16 individual
Redmond's First Laptop Microsoft unveiled its first laptop ever, the Surface Book, today at the Windows 10 devices event. The 13.5 inch laptop will join the Surface 4 in Microsoft's hardware offering.
Speaking to the BBC, the NSA whistleblower said his lawyers were still awaiting a plea deal from the U.S. government. Edward Snowden isn’t the spy who came in from the cold, but he might be edging slowly
The Liberal Party of Canada clarified its platform on Tuesday saying that they don't intend to give the Communication Security Establishment (CSE) any new powers to surveil Canadians. In the Liberals'
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Japanese consortium bidding for a $35 billion project to build stealth submarines for Australia said on Tuesday it was confident it could build boats onshore in Australia from day
"You can merge a toaster and a refrigerator, but that's probably not going to be pleasing to anyone," quipped Apple CEO Tim Cook. Nobody's laughing now. And Microsoft is looking more and more like a trendsetter.