Hey guys, Qualcomm wants some attention, too. The company announced today that it, also, is launching a smartwatch, despite the huge hype around Samsung’s similar announcement this morning.
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Google pulled its Authenticator, the app that releases codes to be used for two-factor authentication, from the Apple App Store today after its latest update deleted existing user data.
Guest Post While push and in-app notifications may be tempting, mobile marketers shouldn’t forget good ol’ email.
Guest Post Your startup could avoid spending a lot of money if you crowdsource your needs at the beginning.
Coding platform Github is giving its users a little more security today through two-factor authentication.
Labor Day’s over, guys, get back to work.
LinkedIn filed today to get a little more working cash — $1 billion’s worth.
Right after Apple announces it’s major mobile event next week, Google stepped up and introduced Android KitKat to the its huge community of customers.
Guest Post “These vendors are becoming our feudal lords, and we are becoming their vassals. We might refuse to pledge allegiance to all of them … But either way, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to not pledge allegiance to at least one of them.”
Guest Post APIs are fueling a revolution in the ways consumers and businesses handle products.
The Syrian Electronic Army, which usually attacks publications, redirected the Marines.com website to its own with a letter for those in the military.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has access to a huge amount of AT&T through a special program called Hemisphere.
Guest Post There are fundamental structural and technological changes in progress that weaken the traditional advantages of ownership, and create new benefits to sharing.
Guest Post As entrepreneurs, one of the most difficult decisions we face is having to terminate employees.
Der Spiegel claims it has seen documents from Edward Snowden regarding the spying efforts on Al Jazeera.
Guest Post Ask the chief executive of every Fortune 500 business in the country what the single most important thing to a successful business is and the answer likely wouldn’t involve the word ”analytics.”
Guest Post In today’s world, having a strong API strategy isn’t just good software practice; it’s a powerful business practice.
Department of Justice granted Google a “stay” on its decision about whether the company can release information about FISA data requests.
The U.S. government will now release its own form of a transparency report, which is expected to debut later this fall.
One developer has created a web scraper that, he says, shows just how much better Kickstarter is doing than its competition.
Facebook changed its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities today to reflect new ways the social network can use your data. One of those ways? The network may now use your profile photos as more fodder for its facial recognition technology.
Guest Post From wearable fitness-trackers to sleep-monitoring applications, mobile is the place to go for those looking to improve their health and well-being. But the persistent lack of interoperability among today’s leading and emerging mobile health technologies has resulted in widespread frustration.
The U.S. government has majorly increased spending on surveillance programs, surpassing the levels seen during the Cold War. The CIA, which has been criticized in the years following 9/11, however, seems to be taking home the most of thismoney.
Silicon Valley gets all the attention when it comes to tech innovation, but there are some big-name companies worth recognizing that come from, yes we’ll say it, “across the pond.”
Investors really seem to be loving cars lately and we’re not just talking Telsas, Porsches, and Ferraris here.
Just last week, investors went crazy on tech-y car service Uber with a huge $258 million round. Today, Local Motion, a company that helps facilitate corporate car sharing through a mobile app, got $12M from some big names.
The world supposedly learned the names of two Syrian Electronic Army hackers today, but the organization responsible for attacks on The New York Times, CBS, and other organizations denies the report’s accuracy.
Google’s vice president of Android product management Hugo Barra has reportedly quit and is taking a job at Chinese phone company Xiaomi.
Twitter introduced a “report abuse” button for individual tweets today after a U.K. woman was harrassed on the social network last month.
Hell hath no fury like a virtual assistant scorned. Siri is pissed that you think you can call her Google Glass and get away with it, and she’s got the attitude to prove it.
Uber is keeping you, young college Chegg customer, from drinking and driving — at least in your first week back at school.
Those with a sartorial eye will get even more pleasure out of Pinterest during Fashion Week. The company is creating pages dedicated to that special time of year when clothes become art and bringing in huge brand names at the same time.
Guest Post Freddie Laker is the founder and CEO of Guide.
The New York Times went dark today, the second time this month the publication was unavailable for a significant amount of time.
Any parent will tell you that their kids quickly become the most important part of their lives. A very expensive, important part of their lives.
Facebook released its first Global Government Requests Report only a couple months after the news of PRISM hit, sending major tech companies into a reputation-defending tizzy.
HyTrust wants to help any IT manager who not only has to look after many virtual machines but also has to deal with looming compliance audits. The security company received $18.5 million in its third round of funding today.
Photo-sharing app Instagram acquired Luma, an HD video creation app, likely to add more professional features to its existing video product.
Guest Post Web 3.0 is knocking, and you will never guess who is opening the door: workflow software.
Uber published a blog post this afternoon confirming its latest, multimillion dollar round of funding today, but quickly removed the entry.
If you didn’t believe us that hackers have been keeping themselves really busy in the last few years, this interactive graphic might just be the visual proof you need.