The companies have ended their patent fight and said they’re planning to explore ‘future collaboration in digital health initiatives.’
CNBC on Thursday reported that Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted at the company’s campus wearing ‘a prototype glucose tracker on the Apple Watch.’
A new study reveals that YouTube is the ‘most positive’ social media site for young people, while Instagram and Snapchat are ‘the most detrimental’ to their mental health.
If things had turned out differently, the Hollywood actor might have added another role to his long list of credits: the voice of Siri.
Qualcomm on Wednesday filed suit against Apple device manufacturers Foxconn, Pegatron, Wistron and Compal Electronics for refusing to pay their licensing fees.
The bionic hand is fitted with a camera that ‘instantaneously takes a picture of the object in front of it, assesses its shape and size and triggers a series of movements in the hand.’
The Smart Shield is a Faraday Cage armrest — put your phone inside for distraction-free driving.
A Facebook staffer said ‘code written by women was rejected much more frequently than code written by their male colleagues.’ Facebook says she’s working with incomplete data.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will be adding 3,000 employees to ‘review the millions of reports we get every week, and improve the process for doing it quickly.’
As of May 31, Amazon will no longer accept new app and game submissions for the Underground Actually Free program. It shuts down completely in 2019.
These new revelations follow the arrest of a Lithuanian Man named Evaldas Rimasauskas, who is charged with orchestrating the scam.
When the person indicates their UberPool trip sucked because they didn’t like the route or their co-rider, Uber won’t count the rating towards a driver’s average.
Just tap the blue dot in your iOS or Android Google Maps app and set your parking location.
The ride hailing company also collected data from Unroll.me.
Bloomberg’s unnamed sources say Apple is testing a curved glass screen that ‘covers almost the entire front of the device,’ plus ‘stainless steel materials and more advanced cameras.’
The study, by analytics firm Zendrive, found that ‘Americans use their phones nearly every single time they get behind the wheel.’
Researchers from MIT have developed a series of tools called WaitSuite that test you on vocabulary words during times you wouldn’t otherwise be doing anything.
The tech-savvy music lovers fired up the Find My iPhone app and chased the alleged thief around the Indio, Calif., venue until security workers could nab him.
Facebook disabled the suspect’s account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the murder video, but admitted that’s not good enough.
Snapchat in its February IPO filing revealed that ‘on average, 158 million people’ use its app every day. Instagram Stories just beat that.
The company pushes back on a Department of Labor report, and says it ‘conducts rigorous, annual analyses’ to make sure it adheres to equal pay practices.
Plan your next vacation without making it obvious to your boss that you’re slacking off.
Over the next few days, you’ll see a banner at the top of your News Feed offering ‘tips for spotting false news;’ just click ‘Learn More’ to educate yourself.
Instead of running a bus service at $270,000 a year, the town will subsidize Uber rides.
The News Integrity Initiative is aimed at ‘helping people make informed judgments about the news they read and share online.’
Android eked out a win against Windows for global OS market share, according to StatCounter.
Uber’s diversity problem is perhaps most apparent when looking at the makeup of its tech leadership team, which is 88.7 percent male, and entirely white or Asian.