Can a low-end Android phone be any good? For Mountain View, a billion users are at stake "As we get on our journey to reach the next billion people, we want to do it on the latest version of Android."
Security researchers say Apple’s messaging service iMessage is not as secure as the company claims and that Apple, the NSA or US government could intercept messages. Cyril Cattiaux, a developer for penetration
Jeff Bezos has a big laugh. It's a shotgun; a booming sound that reverberates through a room. It can be a little scary, actually. It is not subtle, gentle, or otherwise restrained. But when he does laugh
The Steam Box should have Microsoft worried On Monday, the developer responsible for possibly the most critically acclaimed video games of the modern era — Half-Life and Half-Life 2 — announced that it
Google is developing an anonymous identifier for advertising, or AdID, that would replace third-party cookies as the way advertisers track people's Internet browsing activity for marketing purposes. SAN
A new look, new products, and new ads will accompany the social network's public debut Seven years ago, as the podcasting startup that he worked at was flailing, Jack Dorsey decided to try a side project:
About twenty percent of HTC America employees were let go The bad news for HTC keeps rolling in. The Verge learned today that the company has laid off about thirty employees and contractors out of its