WhatsApp's two-step verification is an optional feature that adds more security to the account via passcode.
Facebook is working on its second testing of anechoic chamber for its Oculus Research.
Apple delays shipping for the LG UltraFine 5K display back to five to six weeks.
Lyft recently recruited the former Head of Google Street View team, Luc Vincent, to lead its maps and marketplace units.
Apple's official support forum unveiled the huge number of frustrated iPhone 7 users, due to paint chipping.
"SumOfUs" wants Mark Zuckerberg to quit as Facebook's Chairman of the board of directors.
Verizon just recently announced the Wear24, which is powered by Android Wear 2.0 and has an IP67 rating for water resistance.
Fueled by the rapid development in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), Cisco predicts that mobile video usage will see an incremental increase by 2021.
On Wednesday, Intel confirmed that Fab 42 will bring 10,000 jobs, including the 3,000 Intel workers and the contractors.
Google's former lead for Material Design, Nicholas Jitkoff, is the new Vice President of Design for Dropbox.
As reported, 2016 saw a shipment of 1.4 billions units in smartphone sales, and the last quarter posted a 7% increases in year-to-year data vs 2015.
The giant tech companies are joining forces to oppose the Trump's immigration ban.
Google was supposed to launch Android Wear 2.0 on Feb. 9, but it was reported that the tech giant has moved the release a day ahead.
The Jawbone is making its way to raising more money via directly medical investors, through its fitness bands.