Unaffiliated mobile video operators end up footing the bill
A few weeks ago, Verizon and AT&T came under fire by the FCC for violating principles of net neutrality through the use of “zero-rating” data promotions.
Growth pivots towards gaming and VR
Sony Corporation has recently considered merging its gaming and film divisions into a single business, according to a recent report from the Washington Post.
Prototypes for now
Back in October, a report circulated that Samsung and LG were seeking to win orders for the manufacture of “out-foldable” OLED panels with major smartphone manufacturers for use in upcoming devices.
Prime Air delivers package in just 13 minutes
Three years ago, Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos described his "vision" for e-commerce in which unmanned aerial vehicle drones could be used to deliver packages to customers' doorsteps.
Title II reclassification became signature achievement
The current chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Tom Wheeler, said that he will resign at the end of the current presidential administration in January, during a tenure driven by increasing consumer protection in the satellite and cable industies while overseeing an escalating court battle over Title II broadband reclassification policy.
Update affects less than seven percent of remaining owners
Samsung has been slowly receiving any remaining recalled Galaxy Note 7 units over the past week since it issued an expanded voluntary recall statement on its support website, as we reported.
A 2-in-1 design win in the sub 3-pound category
In March 2015, HP announced a new 2-in-1 convertible product called the Spectre x360, with an ultra-thin design measuring just 15.9 millimeters and a CNC-machined aluminum chassis weighing 3.3 pounds.
Most information requests coming from Gmail accounts
For the first time in history, Google has been allowed to provide a glimpse into some revelations discovered by US intelligence agencies that were previously asked to be kept confidential.
Fleet with human controls coming next year
According to people familiar with Alphabet Inc.’s plans, Google has recently dropped its plans to develop a modern yet controversial self-driving vehicle without manual control mechanisms, including a steering wheel or brakes.