How’s this for gall? Take away hundreds of dollars in subsidies that cellphone customers have enjoyed for years. Then pass it off as an improvement. The major U.S. wireless companies are doing just that. And many of their customers seem to like it.
The coolest original Legend of Zelda demo you’ve never seen.
How the company would contend with a post-app era isn’t so obvious, though.
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Re/code’s Peter Kafka is reporting that Amazon aims to launch an answer to Apple TV and Roku next month, citing unnamed sources.
An international group of researchers, led by the University of Sheffield in England, is building a lie detector to help sort out fact from fiction on social media.
Samsung has the potential to make the best all-around smartphone on the market, but its priorities still aren’t in the right place.
Remember when $1 billion seemed like a lot of money for a hot app?
Who wants to be puffing on an electronic cigarette and holding a cell phone to their head at the same time? What are we? A bunch of savages?
Then again, that’s a whole lotta levels.
European electronics giant Philips has just unveiled a new technology, built into overhead lights, that is capable of tracking your exact location while indoors.
A veteran tech entrepreneur says that he’s about to deliver uncompromised bandwidth to every phone.