Technology

Nokia Says It May Re-Enter Mobile Phone Market Through Licensing
Nokia

Nokia Says It May Re-Enter Mobile Phone Market Through Licensing

The company says it was looking for a partner who would take on the manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer support for the products.
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Reddit's Chief Engineer Quits After Losing Faith in Site's Direction
Leadership

Reddit's Chief Engineer Quits After Losing Faith in Site's Direction

'There are some very aggressive implied promises being made to the community,' Bethanye Blount said, according to a report.
Steve Dent
Why You Need High Quality Apps to Stay Relevant
Mobile Apps

Why You Need High Quality Apps to Stay Relevant

Small businesses investing in mobile need to make sure their apps make it into the magic two-dozen or so apps that customers use regularly.
Patrick Schock
Life Without Smartphones Is Hard to Imagine, According to Nearly Half of U.S. Smartphone Users
Smartphones

Life Without Smartphones Is Hard to Imagine, According to Nearly Half of U.S. Smartphone Users

A recent Gallup poll provides insight into the sneaky, vital and constant ways the devices have come to shape the way we live.
Laura Entis
Report: Apple Could Release New iPod Models Tomorrow
Apple

Report: Apple Could Release New iPod Models Tomorrow

Hold your earbuds. Remember Apple's pocket digital jukeboxes? Hey, wait. People still use iPods?!
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Android Wear Reportedly Getting Watch-to-Watch Sharing Features
Android Wear

Android Wear Reportedly Getting Watch-to-Watch Sharing Features

Google is launching new watch-to-watch communication features for Android Wear that are not unlike those on Apple's Watch.
Steve Dent
FTC Exploring Apple Rules for Streaming Music Rivals in App Store
Antitrust

FTC Exploring Apple Rules for Streaming Music Rivals in App Store

Regulators are said to be looking into claims about whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps is illegal under antitrust law.
This Is What It's Like to Strap a Microsoft HoloLens on Your Face (VIDEO)
Far Out Tech

This Is What It's Like to Strap a Microsoft HoloLens on Your Face (VIDEO)

Microsoft has released a new video showing doctors and med students manipulating holographic 'cadavers' through the augmented reality headset.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Target Just Opened a Space to Show Customers the Beauty of the Internet of Things
Internet of Things

Target Just Opened a Space to Show Customers the Beauty of the Internet of Things

The space will vend 35 connected home devices and host tech talks, industry meetups and product demos and launches.
Geoff Weiss
A First Look at Apple's iOS 9
iOS

A First Look at Apple's iOS 9

Little changes add up to something big.
Samsung Moves Up Smartphone Launch to Take on Apple
Samsung

Samsung Moves Up Smartphone Launch to Take on Apple

The idea is to further distance itself from the furor and frenzy over Apple's latest devices
Millions More Americans Hit By Government Data Hack
Security

Millions More Americans Hit By Government Data Hack

Data stolen included Social Security numbers and other sensitive information.
5 Exciting Ways Health-Tech Startups Are Improving Lives
Health Care

5 Exciting Ways Health-Tech Startups Are Improving Lives

These companies are doing more than creating fitness apps -- they're improving lives in many fundamental ways.
Zach Cutler
How Data Science Is Fueling Social Entrepreneurship
Social Entrepreneurs

How Data Science Is Fueling Social Entrepreneurship

To be successful, businesses on a mission to do good should look to and rely on hard numbers.
Sujan Patel