Apple is the first smartphone maker to abide by a new California anti-theft law by inserting a "kill switch" into iOS 8, which powers the iPhone 6.
With this change, Google risks upsetting Apps admins.
A second wave of layoffs is reportedly coming Thursday, as Microsoft moves to eliminate a total of 18,000 jobs by June of 2015.
With Network on Demand, customers will be able to start up and modify services directly through an online portal
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A battery explosion serves as a reminder to replace damaged Lithium Ion batteries
Spacecom strips both the mechanics and graphics of strategy games down to the barest of bones, but keeps a satisfying amount of depth.
Qlik Sense does not replace Qlik's flagship QlikView and is aimed at a more general user base
Republican lawmakers and witnesses repeat criticisms that net neutrality rules would slow broadband investment.
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Apps that tap Dropbox's Datastore API can now let their users share the stored data with other people
Motorola’s Vice President of Product is saying goodbye, but it’s a chance for the struggling company to try something different.
Weak battery life, technical glitches and a bulky frame mar Motorola's first smartwatch.
AppliedMicro is introducing its Helix ARM 64-bit embedded processor family at ARM TechCon
Developers also get better e-commerce tools for tracking shopping habits.