For cord cutters out there uninterested in buying a TV and the set-top box to go with it (or even those who just want a TV screen they can take on their travels), ZTE has the projector for you. ZTE just
Remember the Walkman? Well, while it’s never quite recaptured the recognition it had during the cassette tape heyday, Sony still hasn’t given up on the venerable music player. Recently, the company has
1. Apple declined to stream "The Interview" on iTunes. The company did not comment to the New York Times on why it didn't want to touch the movie at the heart of the Sony hack. 2. Yes, Sony will release
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The Android-based Boeing Black phone will use BlackBerry Enterprise Service. BlackBerry is working with Boeing on Boeing’s high-security Android-based smartphone, the Canadian mobile technology company’s
On Thursday, Mark Cuban compared the net neutrality debate to the government regulation railroads faced about 100 years ago. After those comments, I had an email exchange with Cuban about his opposition
Editor’s note: Marat Ryndin is a UX/visual designer, writer and app/tech/soccer/music junkie. He worked for Google and various startups and climbed to Everest base camp. A couple of years ago, right around
When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were announced, many Android fans laughed at the “pitiful” 1GB of RAM of Apple’s flagship smartphone, when Android flagships tended to ship with 2GB and sometimes more.
Samsung's still the biggest, but others are catching up fast Over the past three months, more than 327 million new smartphones were shipped out from factories around the world, and young Chinese company
But compared to the so-called "Hyperloop" concept that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk introduced last year, the bullet train might as well be from the age of steam propulsion. Three hours? Try 35 minutes.
Want to see what the Tube could look like in the next ten years? Thanks to Transport for London and design studio PriestmanGoode, we now can, after they unveiled designs for a new fleet of driverless trains
China will produce its first batch of certified "online public opinion management specialists" by way of a week-long training course and a standardised test, reflecting the depth of the government's obsession
Keeping with the times, musician Neil Young is set to launch a storming attack on Apple’s Young is set to exhibit the PonoPlayer, alongside a music download store called PonoMusic, at this year’s SXSW.
Cancelling HS2 would lead to a withering of investment and a brain drain of engineers from Britain, a group of rail industry leaders has warned. In a report to be launched on Tuesday, a coalition of industry
At least 33 killed and 130 injured as knife-wielding men storm train station. China has promised tough punishment for knife-wielding attackers who killed 33 people and left nearly 130 people injured in
YotaPhone is an Android smartphone with a regular touchscreen on one side and an E Ink display on the other. It's been around for well over a year now, and in our time with previous prototypes we've been
The outgoing US ambassador to China urged Beijing on Thursday to respect the rights of peaceful political activists. He said that Washington was deeply concerned about the fate of minority scholar Ilham
Google's Project Ara will see the creation of a smartphone with swappable components Google may have sold Motorola to Lenovo, but it is pushing ahead with Project Ara -- an initiative to create modular