The tech giant has postponed the resumption of Galaxy Note 7 sales to October to make sure the recall is finished beforehand.
Apple and Google both rely on powerful PR machines to generate interest in their products, but the release of the iPhone 7 compared to the forthcoming Google phone reveal Apple's secret weapon.
Relish will deliver an LTE wireless router to your door - at least in central London - to provide a same-day broadband service. The network has actually been running since 2014, but the Hong Kong-owned parent company needs to attract a critical mass of users.
Expect the trend of store gift cards to be given in lieu of deals on Apple products, while budget Windows laptops will probably be priced around $150.
Snapchat is releasing its first wearable under a new corporate name change -- Snap Inc, a new WSJ profile reveals.
China as a market, China as a competitor, and rising US-China tensions will all remain the South Korean tech giant's biggest challenge yet in the coming years.
Dust, pollen, and bird droppings can build up on solar panels and prevent them from absorbing the maximum amount of sunlight. A robotic cleaning crew ensures that solar panels at large power plants are spotless.
Google will push further into the home with several announcements at its October 4 event.
Using Microsoft Cognitive Services, Uber hopes to make riders feel safer by verifying the ID of drivers before rides are given.
Microsoft is dropping the existing Windows Phone version of its HealthVault app. What does this mean to the future of HealthVault and Microsoft's Health services? Likely, not much.