A few days ago, tech publication Re/code released a video interview with President Obama in which he said European regulators were purposefully setting up roadblocks for American companies in order to
Suddenly Dish's internet TV service is about way more than ESPN Worry about invites no more: as of today, Dish's Sling TV service is now available to all consumers in the United States. You can sign up
The stunt is designed to show off Audi's new Piloted Driving tech Of all the ways of getting to CES this year, taking a self-driving car is by far the most on-theme. At least, this seems to be the reasoning
As the scrappy TV-streaming startup moves onto its next chapter and formally shutting down, founder and CEO Chet Kanojia looks back at how it got here. As Aereo, the startup whose case went up before U.S.
New in iOS 8 you are able to create a Medical ID in the Health App. Even though the rest of the Health app is down, the Medical ID is fully functioning. The Medical ID is important because in case of emergency,
Simple.TV says it doesn't anticipate any legal issues for its new feature allowing users to share their recorded shows with up to five others, regardless of whether or not the invitees have the paid service.
Most great businesses need to go though a moment of snatching victory from the jaw of defeat. Apple lost the PC race, only to innovate and win with portable music players and then phones over the last
The US is now that much closer to a law that makes it legal to unlock your phone. A few months after the House of Representatives passed a bill that would authorize unlocking, the Senate has passed its
It may not be curtains for internet television broadcasting company Aereo, which shut down last month following a ruling by the US Supreme Court that it violated the Copyright Act. In a new court filing