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Starbucks has cemented its place as the number one coffee-related destination for tech geeks, thanks to the introduction of its mobile ordering system, the latest in a string of cool new tech innovations it gives its customers. We tried it…
Following a ruling earlier in the week, a jury on Friday ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin $234m in damages after ruling its A7, A8, and A8X processors – found in recent versions of the iPhone – violate a patent for…
After saying it will adhere to net neutrality policies by removing throttling for its unlimited data customers, Sprint changed its mind and will throttle them if they hit 23GB of data usage during a billing cycle.
Amazon has filed a new patent to the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office, revealing internal work on smart glasses with augmented reality features, capable of switching between the real and virtual world.
Reddit user Skarface08 took it upon himself to make his Galaxy Note 5 stand out as much as possible by removing the film off the back cover of his phone. The end result looks about as stunning as you can imagine.
Uber is expanding into Scotland, starting in Glasgow before the end of 2016. It has Aberdeen and Edinburgh on its radar for 2016, but we still have heard no plans to launch in Wales or Northern Ireland.