GUEST: After its inaugural week on the market, Apple’s shiny new tablet, the iPad Pro, claimed just 0.03 percent of total iPad market share.
ANALYSIS: The latest Apple rumor is a fun one: The next iPhone reportedly won’t have a 3.5mm headphone jack.
GUEST: Y Combinator president Sam Altman recently published a post arguing that much of what is plaguing startups these days, and causing some to raise eyebrows at valuations, is poor unit economics due to low margins.
FEATURE: Many companies have tried, and are trying, to remove the friction from the event discovery process.
Last month we detailed the upcoming Pepsi smartphone, a mid-range smartphone model that would share the beverage brand for a China-only release.
There it was, in one corner of the Fiat display at last week’s Los Angeles Auto Show: an odd black-and-white Fiat 500e electric car.
Has your website content been stolen? Medigo’s Ieva Soblickaite and Florence Collins tells you how you can protect it.
Update on November 28 at 6:00 p.m.: PSN is down once again. It’s a long weekend in the United States, but gamers may have trouble spending that free time playing games on a Sony console.
When it comes to web video Amazon and Apple are considered competitors. So a report today that Amazon will have an app on Apple TV is a little surprising.
Syed Kamall, Conservative MEP for London, considers the current issues facing the London tech scene and urges everyone to keep government informed to help solve them.
The 7-inch Amazon Fire tablet was a Black Friday hit, according to receipts data collected by Info Scout.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday online sales set a new record in 2015: $4.47 billion, up 18 percent over last year.
GUEST: Despite having the world’s third largest economy, Japan’s social media ecosystem is perhaps the most unique in the developed world — and among the most difficult for Silicon Valley to understand, let alone capitalize on.
Activist hackers from the Anonymous collective have claimed responsibility for bringing down five government websites in Iceland in a protest against whale-hunting by the North Atlantic nation.
GUEST: The consensus approach for building a great product is to craft a vision and then jealously guard that vision from outside interference as you drive it home.
(Reuters) – Computer security startup Cymmetria has hired a well-known retired U.S. government computer-forensics expert, Jim Christy, as vice president of investigations and digital forensics.
(Via The Bridge) — Monomy is an iOS app that offers an online marketplace for creatives, allowing people to make accessories they like with ease using smartphones.
China-based Mi (formerly Xiaomi) has been working to show that it’s more than just a phone manufacturer, even branching out into its own class of accessories.
Google has applied for a patent on a surgical system for removing biological tissue with a laser that delivers electromagnetic radiation.
Are you tired of Facebook’s trending section in your News Feed? Celebrity news getting annoying? Would you rather have legitimate news?