Get ready for antitrust hell if Broadcom buys us, warns biz
Qualcomm is hoping to scare its shareholders away from considering Broadcom's takeover offer – by predicting regulatory doom and gloom for the combined company.…
Neri vows to double down on reorg campaign
Hewlett Packard Enterprise took everyone by surprise Thursday by turning in better-than-expected quarterly financial numbers.…
Korean luxury is legit and giving pause to rivals in Europe and Japan.
Apple's readying new AirPods with 'Hey, Siri' for 2018 (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 120) - CNET
A new AirPods wireless chip will allow you to say, "Hey, Siri" this year. New iPads are expected in March and Fast Company names Apple No. 1 of its Most Innovative Companies for 2018.
The lawsuit by a coalition of attorneys general comes as the FCC files notice of its repeal to the Federal Register.
Commentary: Evan Spiegel doomed his app to fail the second he thought it deserved all the money it received.
There are only two updates to Pentax's flagship DSLR, but they're potentially impressive.
Emergency dispatchers say they've received about 1,600 false alarm calls from the California center in the past few months.
Lucasfilm’s ILMxLAB and the London College of Fashion used a virtual avatar to join catwalk models.
Billions of people still have no access to mobile services, but nano-satellites could change this.
For over a decade, US Customs and Border Patrol has been unable to verify the cryptographic signatures on e-Passports, because they never installed the right software.
The German court at Leipzig has agreed to hand down a ruling on Feb. 27 on whether Stuttgart and Duesseldorf’s diesel bans are legal.
Commentary: In a meeting with state and local officials in Florida, the president cites violent video games and movies as "shaping young people's thoughts."
Officials are overcharging tech world, says comms slinger as it heads into court to scrap fees
An American telecoms hardware shifter is fed up with US Customs officials slapping extra tariffs on its fiber-optic tech imports – all because the agents are classifying the IT gear as eyeglasses.…
A remodel means the lodgings company will start catering to wealthier clients. It's also adding new rental types, like vacation homes and boutique hotels.
Taylor and his American Renaissance group say permanently suspending their accounts is "censorship."
Shares in Snapchat's owner sink after the reality TV star tweets her criticism of the messaging app.
Days before MWC, LG unveils two new midtier Android Nougat phones.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk today tweeted an eight-second video of the company's first broadband satellites, saying they are now "deployed and communicating to Earth stations."
The demonstration satellites, named Tintin A and Tintin B, are being used to test SpaceX's future Starlink broadband service. Once all the necessary testing has been completed, the launch of operational satellites could begin sometime in 2019.
SpaceX's ultimate goal is to provide gigabit broadband worldwide, but the first tasks for these demo satellites are a bit simpler. Musk also tweeted that the satellites "will attempt to beam 'hello world'... when they pass near LA" on Friday morning.
Despite demanding world+dog gets one, Uncle Sam lacks tools to check crypto-signatures
Two Democratic US senators have formally asked Uncle Sam's Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency to get its act together on electronic passports.…