Apple is joining the AR/VR club with its Metaio purchase.
Consolidation will make the sector healthier—but less exciting.
All of your workouts, all of your meals.
Whatever that was.
Good for Samsung, not good for smart homes.
The smart home-monitoring camera company expands Nest’s portfolio.
Looks like everything from Google Maps to Project Loon might benefit in the not-too-distant future.
Eddy Cue, Apple’s music man, sounds a worried tone about the industry.
Yahoo is shutting down innovative apps and services right and left as it snaps up startups—to no clear purpose.
Comcast makes its bid for a monopoly thanks to its $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable.
Where Nike is the Apple of digital fitness, Under Armour could be the Android.
It could power payments and small-business analytics for all kinds of companies—if it’s willing to bend on its philosophy of tight control.
To woo app developers and win local commerce, PayPal needs to do more.
A megadeal highlights how stubbornly local the wireless business remains.
A lawsuit reveals Qwiki did not build its own iPhone app. So what did Yahoo pay for, exactly?