With the Apple Watch debut only months away, legacy timepiecemaker Swatch made waves with the announcement it is set to drop its own smart watch, that won't need to be charged, in the next three months.
Apple is reportedly developing a streaming music service that would integrate with iOS, iTunes, and Apple TV, but also with Android devices. Could this integration launch Apple to streaming music stardom?
Torrent website The Pirate Bay went back online on Saturday after being shut down by Swedish police in December. But a new question arises: will cheap streaming websites tempt people away from free, though illegal, download websites?
Phorm, a new iPad Mini case from Tactus, adds raised keys to your screen at the slide of a button. Not only will this solve flat surface finger slips, it could improve the iPad as an educational device.
Costumed revelers, in protective helmets, throw oranges during Carnival in the northern Italian Piedmont town of Ivrea on Tuesday. The traditional orange-throwing battle has its roots in the middle of the 19th century.
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.