19-year-old Connor Krukosky has been collecting computers for years. His latest relic helped land him a job. The IBM z890 Mainframe computer weighs 1,500 pounds and stands over five feet tall. When it
All of the growth in advertising right now is targeted at that little screen people carry with them everywhere. In the early 1950s, television was popular, but unsophisticated. This was a common sentiment,
An interesting leak has emerged online this morning that suggests Samsung is about to bring a new type of light notification technology to the rear case of its smartphones. Android phones often come with
Do you want an iPhone 7? In past years this would’ve been a rhetorical question. Of course millions and millions of Apple customers wanted the latest and greatest iPhone. But doubts are growing about users
Android already commands over 80 percent of the mobile OS market share globally, and just under 60 percent in the US. But you wouldn’t know it here in Silicon Valley — almost everyone I know has an iPhone.
Developers embraced the store because it meant that Apple took care of a lot of the most banal and difficult parts of the software business — including payments, piracy prevention, and software updates.
Experts in UX, AI, and product design weigh in on the next big modality in computing. “I wish I could touch you,” Theodore says, laying in bed. He’s met with silence. Rejection. Until she speaks up, tentatively.
The launch of ultrafast mobile broadband discussed at Mobile World Congress will require a shift in how businesses think It’s easy to focus on technology and not the behaviours it makes possible and the
That didn’t take long. Telegram launched just two and a half years ago and is today announcing at Mobile World Congress 2016 it has 100,000,000 monthly active users. Shortly after launching, the messaging
Thanks to a gas bubble and a liquid lubricant The submarine of the future may come to America in a super fast bubble, traveling under water. Researchers at China's Harbin Institute of Technology developed
Microsoft is now selling Red Hat Enterprise Linux licenses. Starting today, you will be able to deploy Red Hat Linux Enterprise (RHLE) from the Azure Marketplace and get support for your deployments from
Apple CEO Tim Cook has responded to a court order that stipulated Apple must help the FBI break into a phone belonging to one of the San Bernardino killers, saying it would set a “dangerous precedent.”
As Jim Barksdale famously said: “There’s only two ways I know of to make money: bundling and unbundling — most people spend half their time adding and other people spend half their time subtracting, so
Venmo, the peer-to-peer payment service operated by PayPal, has now become a payment platform after it opened up to third-party apps and services. The feature is as simple as it sounds. Venmo users can
Because Apple dominates the smartphone market in the U.S., it’s easy to forget that the company only has the silver medal worldwide. Even with 74.8 million iPhones sold last quarter, Samsung continues
Apple is believed to be working on a new 4-inch iPhone, and now 9to5Mac claims to have details on what we should expect. The new phone is reported to be an improved version of the iPhone 5S: Apple is said
Eddy Cue says 'we don't know what the right number is' Apple News only launched last September, but the app might have more users than the company previously thought, Apple's Eddy Cue said yesterday —