Take that Apple HomeKit and Google Nest! Microsoft just made its ambitions in smart homes and connected devices clear by joining an open source Internet of Things alliance.
The company’s Google Drive for Work offers all the storage you want for $10 a user per month.
Android is everywhere, including the living room, thanks to Google’s latest smart TV debut.
The smart home-monitoring camera company expands Nest’s portfolio.
Apple, earlier found guilty of conspiring to fix ebook prices, has settled a related case that could have cost it as much as $840 million.
Looks like everything from Google Maps to Project Loon might benefit in the not-too-distant future.
Dubbed Slingshot, Facebook’s new messaging app takes features from other messaging apps in an attempt to create something new.
The more things change, the more they look like Facebook.
Is a Surflet in the works? Sources say the PC and tablet company is working on a new wristworn health tracker.
The social-checkin company is losing its COO and business development head—just as it’s aiming to move beyond the check-in.
The longtime enemies say that businesses can be more productive on Windows products thanks to their new détente.
Apple is buying Beats, and founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will join Apple.
Anonymous users are coming forward claiming to possess stolen eBay data.
The smart appliance maker pulls the trigger on a full-blown product recall for its Nest Protect smoke alarms.
It’s billing it as a Shazam-style feature that can figure out what you’re watching or listening to so you can share it. Enjoy!
eBay suffered a security breach that puts customer data at risk.
Twitter failed to create its own music app, so now it apparently wants to buy someone else’s.
The tech giants (finally) bury the hatchet and join forces on patent reform.