Technology advancement is disrupting the $3 trillion health care market, and VentureBeat's upcoming HealthBeat event will showcase the most interesting health care IT startups and companies that are driving this change.
Five-year-old Danny Kitchen of Bristol, England, spent $2,500 on iTunes in-app purchases in about 15 minutes, the Beeb reports. Score!
That vision has produced events where Activision and the State Department, QuikSilver and the Gates Foundation rub shoulders with music industry giants. And where beauty and fashion -- Diane von Furstenberg -- meet brains and technology: Google Glass.
You know what sucks worse than email? Waiting in line to use an app that's supposed to make using email easier.
Even EA says it doesn't consider the Wii U to be a true next-generation console.
To prevent a horse meat scandal in the U.S., The Cheesecake Factory is using IBM's tools to analyze large data sets from 175 locations.
Google and news publishers in Germany are going to have more problems before this all gets figured out, and this recent legislation is a complete waste of time.
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The upcoming PlayStation 4 could serve as one of your first gateways to 4K video content.
Apple has filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to do some new things with the iPad, including a dual-iPad notebook and a magnetic iPad stand for cars, treadmills, and more.
Perhaps BlackBerry is finally paying attention.
Guest Post Thank goodness someone finally had the courage to stand up and say that telecommuting is officially banned.
This cannon is totally cool to hang out with. It'll give you free chips and stuff, man.
After a four-year stint as CEO of Federated Media Publishing Deanna Brown is stepping down from the position, the company announced today.
Shipments of 9.7" table panels collapsed from 7.4 million in December 2012 to just 1.3 million in January 2013.
Facebook purchased Atlas Solutions from Microsoft to help build out its own ad network and take on Google.
Groupon founder Andrew Mason is out as CEO, according to a news release, and the board is already on the hunt for a replacement.
Editor's Pick In Glass, I think, we sense the birth struggles of the new human. Hacked. Connected. Augmented. Enhanced. And yeah, way geekier.
In a strange social media move, the Vatican has deleted all of the tweets sent from Pope Benedict XVI's @Pontifex account.
Special effects technology has brought Audrey Hepburn back to life -- but should it have?