Walmart is selling two LG smartphones with a paltry price tag of US$10.
Pandora, one of the biggest platforms in music streaming, has acquired Rdio for US$75 million.
Sony finally puts the FES E-Paper Watch on Japan, although the Japanese company plans to bring it to a wider range of stores in the future.
The Walking Dead star says that a collaboration between the creator of Metal Gear and the Mexican filmmaker needs to happen.
John Legere, T-Mobile's CEO believes that the once dominant BlackBerry is on its way for a comeback.
Fossil Group has acquired Misfit Wearables for US$260 million as a move to bring the traditional timepiece and wearable technology together.
Google has quietly announced the beta version of Google Chrome for iOS, giving its internet browser support for 3D Touch as well as new features and improvements.
Aside from paid lenses, Snapchat is also bringing Official Stories in its latest update to help its users verify official celebrity accounts.
After an exchange between a group of black students and Apple store employees went viral, Apple CEO Tim Cook took the opportunity to tell its employees that the company is 'Open.'
The Turkish government has blocked user access to Reddit under the guise of its controversial internet law.
After many years, Mozilla's Firefox can now be downloaded by users on the iOS platform.
According to a reputable tipster, Samsung may be planning to release the Galaxy S7 a day before next year's Mobile World Congress kicks off.
In an interview with the Telegraph, Apple's Tim Cook asks why anyone should buy a PC anymore.
Just one week after reports about Facebook launching a standalone news app, the largest social network has finally unveiled Notify.