Whether you're an armchair traveler or someone who loves to get out there and explore, Google's new Street View app has something for everyone. The new Android and iOS software offers a collection of fabulous curated content, and even lets you contribute.
If you're an iPhone user unhappy with your current crop of mobile browsers, then hold tight, Firefox for iOS is just around the corner. Mozilla rolled out the first public preview of the software on Thursday, though you have to be in New Zealand to try it.
ZTE has announced the Axon smartphone will be sold internationally at the end of September. The The Axon Elite comes with a low price and a high spec, including a combination of voice, fingerprint, and eye scanning security technology.
Who needs a doctor when you have Google? Thanks to an update to Google's Knowledge Graph, everyone's favorite know it all search engine can now give you detailed information on more than 900 different illnesses.
TomTom has announced the Trucker 5000, a navigation unit designed specifically with big rigs in mind. While it can also be used in a standard car, the Trucker 5000 chooses routes optimized for heavy vehicles.
Prayers have been answered and hard work has paid off, as the Hiroshima Prefecture has released "Hiroshima cat’s street view," which is, as its name suggests, a daring look into street life from the eyes of a cat.
In a recent interview, an Apple Music exec explained that the team is still working out some serious kinks in the system, explaining that there is plenty of work to be done before the system is running on all cylinders.
NBC may be as happy as Tom Brady that his Deflategate suspension has been nullified by a judge. The upcoming season opener should be more interesting to fans with the four-time Super Bowl winner playing.