Apple may soon tap micro-LEDs for its next generation of devices. Apple tacitly confirmed its purchase of LuxVue, a low-power, micro-LED display maker, in a statement today, following a TechCrunch report
During the last year, we’ve heard a lot of disturbing news about the growing pervasiveness of cyber attacks. While I’m sure you have heard of the incident at Target several months ago, I can assure you
Consider this scenario: Randall is an elderly man living alone. He's doing pretty well -- until one day he has a mild stroke. In the weeks that follow, he's not as active as usual, getting up later and
Anyone who has suffered a break-in knows just how awful it feels. Even in cases where the damage and financial loss are minimal, the feeling of violation and fear caused by a theft can be overwhelming.
The World Economic Forum launched the 2014 Global Information Technology Report (GITR) today, and the annual assessment provides insight into two questions: where will see the next evolution of the Internet
Rarely do we see a tech startup spending five months actively hyping up an unborn product; and when we do, most of them end up being vaporware. Luckily, that's not the case with OnePlus. Today, the Shenzhen-based
Zynga founder Mark Pincus is stepping down from his operational role as chief product officer to focus on serving as chairman of its board of directors, according to a blog post. CEO Don Mattrick thanked
Music video distributor Vevo just launched an update to its iOS app today, providing users with a new, regularly updated home page, as well as access to the company’s live, programmed music channels. new
The Heartbleed flaw is being fixed more quickly because of the decision to give the bug a memorable name and a cute logo, according to the firm that first identified it. The flaw was caused by a simple
"Across the Great Wall we can reach every corner of the world," read the header of the first email sent from China back in 1987. Two Chinese scientists sent it to their German counterparts through an node,"
"Our major aims were usability, friendliness and a more humanistic design. We wanted something with a pleasing feel ... and better grip. If we used metal, [we felt] the designs felt heavy and cold," explains
Watson had been a doctor, a geneticist, a game show contestant and even a chef in the past. But now IBM's supercomputer has a new career: personal shopping. IBM has partnered with digital commerce firm