LinkedIn today is announcing the release of new open-source software for machine learning called FeatureFu.
Song-tagging and recognition platform Shazam is opening its artists verification program to all artists today, after a two-month pilot phase.
Everybody wants to see indie game developers succeed. The rags-to-riches fairy tale of the lone developer striking it rich is like a green light, a beacon that ignites the dreams of millions of aspiring game makers.
Adriana Gascoigne was eager to join the tech industry when she made her way to Silicon Valley. But she found she found herself all alone as the sole woman at her startup.
Apple has warned developers that, in the name of privacy and user preference, it is adding ad-blocking capability in its upcoming release of iOS 9 software, which is expected to arrive with new iPhones as early as Sept.
BlackBerry has acquired mobile security company Good Technology in a $425 cash transaction. However, the deal may surprise some given the two companies have often come to (verbal) blows in the past.
Fresh from its $239 million acquisition by Adidas, mobile-focused fitness-tracking company Runtastic has launched its first official smartwatch.
While things mostly stayed the same in the smartphone app top 15 rankings between June and July, there have been one or two notable changes worth pointing out.
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While car-hailing app Uber has certainly had its fair share of clever ad campaigns to date, its latest attempt in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur on Thursday doesn’t appear to fit in that category.
By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors and some federal law enforcement agencies will need to obtain a search warrant to use devices that track cellphone locations, under a policy announced by the U.S.
WhatsApp today passed 900 million monthly active users, according to founder Jan Koum. The popular mobile messaging app most recently hit the 800 million monthly active user milestone in April.
GUEST: Your doctor may not want your Fitbit numbers, or so read a recent VentureBeat story. Perhaps many of us doctors are working so hard to figure out how to get reimbursed by Obamacare that we don’t have the time to think about disruptive technologies.
SAN FRANCISCO — We’re about three months away from the release of the next chapter of Star Wars, and anticipation has been brewing.
Mozilla said today that it begin the roll out in New Zealand of its first public preview version of a Firefox browser for iOS.
Google today announced that the main URL for the Google Calendar web app will be changing. In the next few weeks, it will transition from https://www.google.com/calendar/ to the simpler calendar.google.com.
The new documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine from Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) offers a decidedly critical examination of Jobs’ life.
Facebook is giving its advertisers a better way to understand which campaigns are the most effective to help meet their goals.
The new iPhone 6S — as we expect it to be called — is by no means a surefire hit. Like every other phone launched into the market, the new iPhone 6 will have to contain some legit improvements over its predecessor, the iPhone 6.
SEATTLE — When Microsoft announced a few years ago it would reboot the Killer Instinct fighting game, fans were ecstatic.