A new report from KGI Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that Apple's sapphire partner GT Advanced Technologies' recent filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection will not affect its upcoming Apple Watch.
Twitter wants you to know that it is serious about data request transparency, and that is a darn fine good thing. The social company is suing the government for the right to share, in more granular detail,
In a bid to replace corporate car services, transportation startup Uber announced the global rollout of “Uber for Business” today, introducing the corporate billing system into 41 new countries. Now available
The world of 3D printing shows no signs of stopping. From 3D printed guns and medical implants to food and shoes, it seems that just about anything can be 3D printed. An Israeli company, Syqe Medical,
In its endless quest to seem edgy, Urban Outfitters has gone too far once more. The store offered a one-of-a-kind Kent State University sweatshirt splattered with red coloring for $129. The tactless garment
Newly exposed Edward Snowden documents reveal the NSA’s in-depth plan to “map the entire Internet — any device, anywhere, all the time.” According to a report published today by German news publication
A long-awaited state investigation into a botched Oklahoma execution describes a scene marred by repeated failures and delays as prison staff struggled to implement an effective method of killing the Clayton
Home Depot is investigating a hack that possibly exposed its customer payment information. The company on Tuesday confirmed it has partnered with banks and law enforcement to look into "some unusual activity"
Samsung officially takes the cake when it comes to launching smartwatches: It just announced the Samsung Gear S, its billionth smartwatch device launching this year. The Gear S has a few hallmarks that
Digitimes is claiming Apple will launch a new model of MacBook soon, potentially by the end of 2014. According to the report, component production has already begun in small quantities. The current MacBook
Over three million smartphones were stolen in the US alone in 2013. Now, a new law means that smartphones in California will be required to come with a "kill switch" to render them useless if lost or However,
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Most of the wearable gadgets getting people hot and bothered either strap onto your face or your wrist, but Swiss startup noonee has cooked up a little something that straps to your legs instead. Well,
The proposed contract would blow Durant's deal with the Thunder out of the water. Under Armour is making a strong push to get the NBA's reigning MVP out of his endorsement deal with Nike. Kevin Durant