Nick Kolakowski | February 25, 2014
Elop reportedly wanted to split the gaming console’s business operations from Microsoft.
The popular exchange’s collapse would place the crypto-currency’s reputation at risk.
Nick Kolakowski | February 24, 2014
The company’s habit of releasing as little information as possible could harm it in this situation.
Boonsri Dickinson | February 24, 2014
If a new crop of startups wants to profit, they’ll have to convince users that disappearing messages are secure.
Nick Kolakowski | February 21, 2014
Did Dropbox know it would regain entry to the Chinese market? If so, did it need to agree to certain conditions before the Chinese government would “flip the switch”?
At the heart of the project is a prototype smartphone capable of capturing and analyzing 3D measurements.
Nick Kolakowski | February 20, 2014
Tesla CEO Elon Musk admitted to “conversations” with Apple, but refused to disclose details.
Facebook just paid the equivalent of 16 Instagrams for a messaging app. It’s a big bet, and a risky one.
Nick Kolakowski | February 19, 2014
The definition of “crypto-currency” has gotten a little loose these days.
Remember: ask for permission before aiming a face-mounted camera at random strangers in public.
Nick Kolakowski | February 18, 2014
The latest version of the operating system is a way of separating casual and power users in a way that benefits both, he claimed in a Reddit posting.
But does that put it ahead of Microsoft’s Xbox One?
Nick Kolakowski | February 17, 2014
Google just acquired SlickLogin, which logs in users via inaudible tones played through PC or tablet speakers.
Rumors of Apple acquiring the electric car manufacturer are floating around.
Nick Kolakowski | February 14, 2014
Some 60 percent of developers have already migrated to an HTML and hybrid development platform, says a new survey.
Jon Brodkin | February 14, 2014
Chasing the dream of video-game characters who look exactly like humans.
Nick Kolakowski | February 13, 2014
Comcast plans on acquiring Time Warner Cable for $45 billion. That’s liable to make some Web services and content providers nervous.
Things aren’t so sweet in the world of mobile game development.
Nick Kolakowski | February 12, 2014
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings reportedly told an analyst that his company sees no evidence of a slowdown to its streaming services.
Every few years, it seems that Bing runs into significant controversy over the “sanitizing” of Chinese-language search results outside of mainland China.
Boonsri Dickinson | February 11, 2014
The saga of a lost Google Glass unit hints at the danger of storing so much of our data on wearable electronics.
Nick Kolakowski | February 11, 2014
Edward Snowden showed us that the Web is a much-watched place. Some tools can help ordinary users safeguard their data.
Nick Kolakowski | February 10, 2014
Barnes & Noble has reportedly laid off a number of the e-reader’s hardware engineers.
Why would a developer shut down a mobile game earning him $50,000 per day?
Nick Kolakowski | February 7, 2014
Sapphire displays would make the iPhone that much tougher.
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