Mike Rogers mounts elaborate defense of Obama’s cybersecurity strategy and seeks to calm doubts about built-in access to companies’ data The National Security Agency director, Mike Rogers, on Monday sought
Who says Santa Claus has to be white? Until now, your iPhone's emoji keyboard did. Who says Santa Claus has to be white? Until now, your iPhone's emoji keyboard did. A new beta release of iOS 8.3, currently
Speculation that computing giant Apple is to start building cars has been one of this week’s biggest tech stories. But how likely is it – and what challenges does Apple face to become a carmaker? Jack
Hardly a day goes by when we do not receive a message from some organization proclaiming with great self-satisfaction that it is shifting to “paperless” communications. The message is often accompanied
The company will also add nearly 800 jobs to the lab. Amazon is stepping up its investment in a subsidiary that works on some of the company’s most secretive products, according to a recent filing with
Photo: Apple Eight iPhone cameras compared The iPhone has revolutionised photography, and there’s no doubt that the iPhone 6 offers the best camera yet, but how does it stack up against previous versions?
Fiber-optic lines reinforced with Kevlar-like material Google has been forced to protect its undersea data cables with a Kevlar-like coating in order to defend them against shark attacks. Dan Belcher,
Facebook is reportedly planning to take a step into financial services, allowing users in select regions to store money online to use for making payments and transferring funds to others. According to
SHIFT, a cloud-based social media marketing service, has officially launched its new self-service tool for advertising on Twitter. The new version offers all the features of Twitter’s ads API while also
For one day only, Google will put its futurewear optics on sale to the general public. On Tuesday, April 15 at 9am ET, Google will be “opening up some spots in the Glass Explorer Program,” allowing any
IBM has seen the technology world changing as much as any other vendor and that’s part of the reason it bought SoftLayer last year –to broaden its cloud offerings. Today, the company has built upon that,
Tech giants are struggling to protect your privacy. More to the point, they’re struggling to protect themselves from public criticism. And security experts say the biggest companies of them all aren’t
The discovery would push back the pre-history of the emoticon by (at least) 200 years. A dedicated poetry reader appears to have discovered a smiley face in a poem from 1648, a find that would extend pre-history
Travel With satellite-based Wi-Fi, Internet speeds on jetliners are getting lightning fast. And airlines are finding that travelers expect connections in the air to rival those on the ground — and at cost.
Google has acquired Titan Aerospace, the drone startup that makes high-flying robots which was previously scoped by Facebook as a potential acquisition target (as first reported by TechCrunch), the WSJ
Internal documents included in the second patent trial between Samsung and Apple last week revealed how Apple viewed Android, calling for a "Holy War" against Google and expressing concern about competition
Over the past few months, the country's biggest technology firms have spent billions buying startups. Are we watching another tech bubble about to burst? In this year's first quarter, Google and Facebook,
In-flight internet service provider Gogo just revealed a new technology that is expected to deliver peak speeds of over 70Mbps. The new technology is called 2Ku, named for its two Ku-band satellite antennas.