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Apple's iPhone 6 and wearable preview is likely to be the beginning of a series of product launches that could lead to more software and services growth.
Well-known technology firms are joining the campaign which aims to secure the future of net neutrality.
Judge Lucy Koh has rejected the offer as too low, but the companies aren't taking the decision lying down.
MakerBot co-founder and CEO Bre Pettis is stepping down for new responsibilities with parent company Stratasys.
The fitness and sleep tracker has launched a developer toolkit for the wearable devices, as well as a swathe of new partnerships.
Following reports of Nevada being chosen due to generous tax breaks, the automaker has confirmed the deal, worth approximately $1.25 billion.
Salesforce’s entry into the wearables space has been both bold and well-timed.
Should Apple's iWatch double as a payment system it could make checkouts at brick-and-mortar retailers easier. The wearable payment concept has already been proven to work by Disney's MagicBand.
The organization behind Google's $30 million sponsorship of a Lunar landing effort announced the roster of teams competing for the $2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPrize focused on staving off ocean acidification.
How much can someone really learn in 12 weeks? Why real-world programming immersion programs like Coding Dojo are filling classrooms.
Salesforce.com has added a plethora of new devices to its growing wearables cloud platform, including the Jawbone fitness tracker and Epson's smart glasses.
Changi General Hospital launches the country's first tele-heath initiative for heart failure patients, providing them with devices to monitor their health and remotely send the data to healthcare service providers.
The automaker has chosen Nevada as the site for its $5 billion factory dedicated to electric vehicle research and production, according to reports.
As the "Internet of Everything" becomes increasingly pervasive, more information about individuals will be collected and analyzed, giving cybercriminals even more to work with.
Samsung says it won't slow down and launches a barrage of big-screen mobile devices. The big question: Is Samsung taking an innovation lead or throwing devices out there to see what sticks?