Apple’s slumping international sales and China Mobile’s loss of high-value subscribers to other carriers that do offer the iPhone may have resulted in a marriage of convenience.
Glass could be worth $3.3 billion to Google by 2017, one analyst suggests. And that’s even if only 65,000 people end up actually wearing the face-mounted augmented reality glasses.
Samsung will unveil its Android-running smartwatch in Berlin on September 4, beating Apple to a market that the Cupertino company has been rumored to be pursuing for at least 10 months.
Editor’s Pick “Tim just doesn’t hit me as a guy who’s excited about the future.”
Guest Post With technology, marketing has changed forever. Perhaps it’s time to start hiring “chief evangelists” instead of the traditional marketer.
Google’s most talked-out gadget is popping up in public … and making some folk mumble for their safe places.
If you were wondering if Google Glass survived a full shower, here’s some photographic proof.
eBay’s new “Want List” highlights gift ideas from influential Internet-famous people, such as Robert Scoble.
Investor and author Guy Kawasaki joined Rackspace’s renowned technology evangelist Robert Scoble for a frank discussion about the biggest technology trends.
Since when is getting sued, losing, and being forced to pay over a billion dollars in hard-earned cashed a … win?
Editor’s Pick Hollywood North? L.A. with rain? The city that riots whenever its hockey team doesn’t win the Stanley Cup?
Americans might think of Vancouver in many ways, but typically not as a tech startup mecca.
More than four out of 10 global executives polled by KPMG believe that the world center of technology innovation will not be Silicon Valley within four years. And among those who believe that Silicon Valley will lose its place as the de facto world capital of technology, a similar four out of 10 believe China will house the next dynamo of technological creation.
Tonight, a crowd of onlookers and press has gathered at Apple‘s headquarters to mark the passing earlier today of Steve Jobs. The flags are lowered to half mast. Employees are filtering out slowly. It’s a very sad scene as a small crowd looks at a bouquet of flowers in front of the building. Briefly, there was a rainbow near the campus.
Google VP Vic Gundotra has admitted that the company’s new social network, Google+, has made mistakes when it comes to kicking many people using fake names off the service and says there is still much to do to perfect the system.