T-Mobile's not happy about Verizon's Never Settle advertising campaign, and has come up with Never Settle For Verizon, a free two-week trial of its own network exclusively for disillusioned Verizon customers.
The proud parents of this newborn baby decided to celebrate its arrival into the world, by sending its heart rate out to their family. They did so using the Digital Touch feature on the new Apple Watch.
The earnings reports of Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yelp suggest that their user bases are stagnating and failing to grow as quickly as analysts anticipated. The implication is that people just aren't as drawn to social media these days.
Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth has reiterated plans to launch a Ubuntu device that can act as both a smartphone and a desktop computer. The device will have to compete against Windows in the new hybrid space.
What's next for Google+? And is anyone still using it? The social network seems to have a brand-new feature called Collections, which is reminiscent of Pinterest. Collections began rolling out recently.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler’s new Net neutrality proposal aims to reclassify broadband under Title II, end throttling, blocking, and paid prioritization. Here’s what it all means and how it will affect you.
Under Armour, following its acquisition of fitness platform MyFitnessPal, is looking to boost return on investment. It's launching a paid subscription tier for "power users," which costs $10 a month or $50 a year.