Sprint is pushing for your wireless dollar by offering you an "iPhone for Life." The new plan, which essentially lets Sprint customers rent an iPhone, is kicking off with the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Entrepreneur and tech industry insider Jeffrey Yuwono wrote an article for Techspot today claiming that the iPhone 6 released yesterday was already dead on arrival.
Several websites, including Netflix, launched a protest today in support of net neutrality, which faces a heated battle against the Federal Communications Commission and the major cable companies, like Comcast, that provide broadband service.
Earlier this week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi asked the Federal Communications Commission to reclassify broadband internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act. The letter Pelosi wrote to the head of the FCC is the strongest position yet in support of net neutrality, a position many Democrats favor.
Microsoft said today that it will replace any overly-noisy Xbox One console after a slew of internet comments slamming the device.
After the staff of Macworld, a news outlet dedicated to covering Apple and its family of products, feverishly covered yesterday's massive iPhone 6 and Apple Watch product keynote, the magazine decided to lay off most of them.
After a flurry of announcements regarding its fantastic new product lineup that caused Apple lovers around the world to salivate, the company also readjusted its existing product inventory yesterday. A visitor on the Apple website will find plenty of tech to ogle, minus one product--the device that essentially defined Apple's foray into mobile over ten years ago.
Apple caused ripples throughout the world yesterday by pulling back the curtain on its long-rumored new iPhone. Actually, CEO Tim Cook introduced us to two new iPhones, repeating the pattern from last year: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Snapchat announced that it settled with Frank "Reggie" Brown about the app's creation in "mutually agreeable terms" between Brown, Snapchat and the app's CEO and co-founder, twentysomething Evan Spiegel.
The president of ESPN said that videogames are not a sport, no matter how many people are watching.
Stock in Facebook reached an all-time high yesterday, as the social media giant cleared $200 billion in value. According to analysts, this makes Facebook the 22nd largest company on Earth, just behind Verizon Wireless (and just beating Toyota).
Silicon Valley is convulsing with excitement over the new releases from Apple, which the company showcased in a keynote address today at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California (Apple's hometown), where late founder Steve Jobs introduced the world to such gamechanging products as the first Macintosh back in the 1980s.
The Nook e-reader division continues to lose Barnes & Noble's money, according to the company's first fiscal quarter earnings report.
A hacker claims to have cracked into mysterious bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto's private email and is offering to sell information to the highest bidder.
Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced the world to the iPhone 6 and the jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus.