Intel making a huge push for the iPhone chipmaker position

Intel really wants to break into the mobile market, and is throwing 1,000 engineers on the iPhone 7 LTE modem job. It plans to shove Qualcomm off with the 7360 LTE modem chip, and potentially shoot for the SOC position.

AT&T CEO admits it made a mistake by having a lawyer respond to a customer

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson admitted that his company made a mistake in having a lawyer reply to Alfred Valrie's suggestions. According to Stephenson, this mistake is "already corrected," though it surely proved to be a sour point for the…

Sprint doesn’t believe 5G will hit the United States by 2020

Sprint senior research scientist Scott Migaldi doesn't expect to see commercial 5G rollout in the U.S. until at least mid-2020s. This differs from the view held by Verizon, which will launch 5G field trials in 2016 with possible wide…

These are the 5 mobile apps you need to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…
Home Theater

Watch: Philips’ new Izzy BM5 Bluetooth speaker does multiroom audio differently 1:47

We go hands on with Philips' new shot at multiroom audio, the Izzy BM5 wireless speaker. Trading Wi-Fi for extended-range Bluetooth, the Izzy BM5 is a whole new take on the burgeoning genre.

10 stories you missed: Digital rat brains, YouTube tycoons, Die Hard 6

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Facebook's data on coming out on social media to Apple's…

Apple Stores now have pressure-sensitive tables to promote 3D Touch

Apple Stores have always been designed to be the best places to show off new Apple kit, and a couple of outlets have new 3D Touch-enabled display tables for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

‘Operation GroupMe’ was meant to fight shoplifting, enables racial profiling instead

The Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Georgetown has had a shoplifting problem lately, so local citizens turned to group-messaging app GroupMe for help. What they got instead was widespread racial profiling.
Movies & TV

Watch Netflix’s Beasts of No Nation, Jane the Virgin, and more in our 5 shows to watch

How are you going to get through this week? By pulling up your favorite streaming service and queueing the finest films and TV shows available now. Up this week: Beasts of No Nation, Jane the Virgin, Circle, and more.

More than half of Apple users are now running iOS 9 on their devices

Have you upgraded to iOS 9 yet? Localytics breaks down the adoption rate by time and by country, finding that the latest version of the software still has a way to go to win over everyone.