Western Digital successfully acquires Sandisk with its Unisplendour transaction of $19 billion.
UK carmaker Astoin Martin unveils its first electric car known as the RapidE and is set to go on sale in 2018.
YouTube launches its paid subscription service YouTube Red that offers no advertisements and will be available in the United States on Oct. 28.
NASA discovers an asteroid that is said to fly by the Earth's atmosphere just in time for Halloween.
Arx Pax redesigns the Hendo Hoverboard with the help of legend pro-skater Tony Hawk.
Misfit launches its Shine 2 fitness tracker that does not require charging and is waterproof with a magnetometer for accurate tracking.
LG Corporation and General Motors have made a partnership in mass-producing the Chevrolet Bolt by 2010.
The ePint smart mug indicates the user's alcoholic intake and now in talks with Kickstarter to raise funds for its production.
The British Broadcasting Corporations blocks VPNs and iPlayer users outside the United Kingdom.
UK's EE has designed a child-friendly tablet that will be available to public before the end of October.
Stanford researchers launches Autism Glass Project in hopes of treating children with autism.
The Associated Press has publicized that they have been using the Wordsmith program to generate most of their write-ups.
Polar releases its very own fitness wearable that monitors daily heart rate activities in November.
Waze app version 4.0 gives users more visibility and clarity to its navigational system.