With the iPhone 6 debut, consumers and businesses alike are gearing up for transactions that will be mediated by Apple Pay, the new iPhone feature that lets consumers load credit card information onto their phones and pay for items without reaching for cash or a card.
Google is making its interest in education known with an app that allows students to turn in homework through their smart phones. But what are the implications of this tech behemoth standing in the back of the classroom?
Though Google and Apple regularly top list of best workplace, the tech giants are currently settling a lawsuit alleging several Silicon Valley companies made secret no-poaching agreements that prevented workers from lucrative job offers to the benefit of companies.
Free Syrian Army fighter Ahmed al-Hussein carries puppies near the frontline against forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Aziza village outside Aleppo, Syria, Wednesday. Hussein said he takes care of all the dogs living in the area.
In the latest episode of the European Union's efforts to rein in the dominant position held by Google in the search market, European rivals are demanding the American search giant reform the way it performs searches to leave more room for competing players.
Facebook will begin telling users how many views a video has received, a move that demonstrates the importance Facebook videos play for online publishers trying to push their content in front of as many people as possible.
Twitter has announced that it is testing a new feature that will let users make in-the-moment purchases from their Twitter feeds, a move that follows similar e-commerce initiatives from competitors like Facebook.