Nick Kolakowski | April 18, 2013
However, Google still needs the Provo City Council to approve the agreement.
Nick Kolakowski | April 17, 2013
New numbers from comScore suggest the battle lines between Google and Microsoft have shifted little in the past few years.
Susan Hall | April 17, 2013
The provisions would also require employers to pay higher wages for H-1B workers than under current law.
Nick Kolakowski | April 16, 2013
Some Websites that posted “live updates” faced accusations of exploiting the tragedy in the name of pageviews and revenue.
Google Glass will feature WiFi, Bluetooth, a camera capable of snapping 5-megapixel photos, and more.
Nick Kolakowski | April 15, 2013
A report suggests Microsoft is working with partners to build a touch-enabled “smart watch.” Better hope it performs better than Microsoft’s original attempt.
Research firm IHS iSuppli predicts that the netbook category will crash and burn within the next two years.
C.S. Magor | April 12, 2013
The PS4 is one of two (and possibly three) next-generation consoles that are set to hit the market before the end of the year.
Nick Kolakowski | April 12, 2013
A security researcher insists he can launch an attack on an airliner’s systems with an Android app. But the FAA and others disagree with his technique.
Nick Kolakowski | April 11, 2013
Google’s Inactive Account Manager will send your data to trusted contacts, or else nuke it for good.
The rumored 7-inch Surface tablet in development won’t be enough on its own to turn things around.
Nick Kolakowski | April 10, 2013
AT&T’s panicked press release about Google Fiber suggests the latter could change the national conversation on infrastructure.
A new report suggests the two tech companies are considering some sort of mobile alliance.
Dawn Kawamoto | April 9, 2013
At a gathering in San Francisco, a large gathering of LucasArts employees shared drinks and tears.
Nick Kolakowski | April 9, 2013
In a bid to stay ahead of rivals, the company must continue to push its mobile-software initiatives.
A consortium of companies is asking the European Commission to investigate Android’s dominance of the mobile space.
Nick Kolakowski | April 8, 2013
A California court banning the use of smartphone maps while driving raises the question: What are the limits of the law?
Dawn Kawamoto | April 8, 2013
While the cap was reached in lightning speed this year, it still doesn’t compare with the one-day record in 2008.
Nick Kolakowski | April 5, 2013
The idea of making government more open and connected has a lot of advocates. But some feel the concept has drawbacks.
Analysts are questioning how Facebook’s new Android app will attract users and eventually monetize.
Mark Hachman | April 4, 2013
Facebook Home replaces the Android start screen with a photo-centric version of the News Feed.
Nick Kolakowski | April 4, 2013
Apple’s iPad continues to dominate the market three years after its release. But the tablet faces some rising challenges.
Nick Kolakowski | April 3, 2013
Apple’s next iPhone has entered the production phase, according to reports. Meanwhile, iOS 7 is supposedly delayed.
Peter Coffee | April 3, 2013
Cloud is a choice—and that choice absolutely includes the ability to be secure.
Milo Yiannopoulos | April 2, 2013
If Google Glass becomes as ubiquitous as the iPhone, will Google attempt to abuse its remarkable power?
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