Cloud-based gaming service Gaikai has had plenty of spring in its step recently, and now we know why: it’s been tying up a deal to sell itself to Sony for a rather substantial sum of cash. The $380 million deal is slightly below the $500 million bandied about it in some rumors last week, so perhaps SCE
Looks like the reports that have been in play for months now have finally been confirmed: Beats Electronics, known best for their hip Dr Dre headphones and partly backed by HTC (who had also been a rumored MOG buyer), is indeed buying the music streaming service MOG, with the acquisition now confirmed
Earlier this year, iPads were flying off the shelves in China — but not for the expected reasons. The slates were being removed from stores following an injunction granted to Shenzhen Proview Technology, a local firm that had laid claim to the iPad trademark. The injunction would later be rebuffed by
One year ago, Google+ launched to the world. Initially the launch was greeted with the collective cry, "Not another social network!" But over the past year Google+ has cemented its position as one of the Big Three social networks, alongside Facebook and Twitter. Or has it? Google+ boasts similar user
Declaring its independence from the traditional Lincoln Towncar (sorry, couldn’t resist), Uber is going beyond black cars this Fourth of July, bringing its up until now secret "Uber X" project public.
"Uber X" will allow Uber partners to use its dispatching software in order to dole out vehicles beyond
From the same company that brought you the ThinkPad and the tank of a keyboard known as the Model M, today IBM is demonstrating its latest consumer development: a mobile shopping app. As odd as that sounds, it’s no secret that Big Blue employees some rather brilliant folk, and now the company is looking
El navegador Chrome y la aplicación de almacenamiento Drive de la compañía llegan al iPad y el iPhone, y tal vez podrían atraer a clientes de negocios.
Los algoritmos de procesamiento de imágenes y aprendizaje de máquinas podrían ayudar a las tiendas a gestionar el inventario.
Sony’s Tablet P was an enormous gamble with its clamshell form factor that meant it could easily slide into a jacket pocket. Unfortunately, it suffered from terrible execution: flimsy build quality, lack of software support and the gaming options were bested by the older Xperia Play. But of course, that’s
The Google+ project is changing Google. Watching the keynotes at I/O this week, it was hard not to notice how Google has become a company that doesn’t just want to catalog the world’s information anymore. The company has decided that it wants to be "delightful," that its products should have a touch