Apple has been dipping its toe into the world of medical-related tech, collaborating with Danish firm ReSound on the design of a new kind of hearing aid that pairs with your iPhone.
Flipboard announced Wednesday it's acquired Zite, which offers a news reader app similar to its own. Users can continue to use Zite, though the app will be phased out in about six months once its technology has been incorporated into Flipboard.
Rakuten boss Hiroshi Mikitani has been talking about his company's recent acquisition of instant messaging app Viber, saying he plans to grow its user base to two billion in the coming years.
Following campaigns by a number of lobby groups, Facebook on Wednesday announced new measures to change the way firearms are advertised and sold on the social networking site, as well as on Instagram.
John Chen's assessment that BlackBerry has a 50 percent chance of returning to relevancy may be 50 percent higher than what many observers believe, but the new boss certainly appears to be giving it his best shot.
As Samsung gears up for next month's launch of the Galaxy S5, the Korean tech company has posted on YouTube a short video giving anyone interested a neat overview of its new flagship smartphone.
As has become customary following big events, Twitter has released a bunch of stats focusing on activity on the microblogging site during Sunday night's Oscars ceremony. The data also shows how Ellen DeGeneres' record-breaking tweet spread across the Web.
BlackBerry is gearing up to launch ads on its instant messaging service, though the company's Jeff Gadway reassured users that it would "not be inserting sponsored content of any kind into BBM chats."
Bill Gates once again finds himself at the top of Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest people, while Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg's wealth increased the most in the last year among the 1500+ names in the list.
Winner of the 'Most Innovative Mobile App' award at last week's MWC event in Barcelona, CamMe uses gesture control to help you snap a better, wider selfie. Ellen DeGeneres could've done with it Sunday night.
Facebook is reportedly in talks with drone maker Titan Aerospace over a possible acquisition. It's believed the New Meixico-based company can help Facebook with its plan to bring affordable Internet access to locations around the world.
Twitter has apologized after mistakenly sending out emails to an unknown number of users late Monday telling them their account may have been hacked. No security breach had taken place, Twitter said, though affected users still have to change their password.
Patrick Snay's relationship with his daughter is probably a little frosty just now. Y'see, a Facebook post bragging about her dad's $80,000 lawsuit settlement was deemed proof that he broke a confidentiality clause, resulting in the payment being canceled.
BlackBerry has announced a number of new features set to arrive with the next version of its BBM messaging app, including photo-sharing in group chats and larger file transfers. Meanwhile, competitor Viber says it intends to launch on BB10.
The Oscars and Ellen DeGeneres made Twitter history Sunday night when one of her tweets containing a star-studded selfie received more than two million retweets, smashing the previous record set by Obama on Election Day in 2012.