The Smartphone Industry Could Completely Change After Qualcomm's Disastrous RulingThe most important technology company most people have never heard of just got a disastrous court ruling that could upend the way the smartphone industry does business.
U.S. Exporters Scramble To Figure Out New TariffsThe latest tariff hike in the US-China trade war puts a bigger tax on some American-grown almonds and peanuts, as well as toys, chemicals and machinery and condoms shipped to China. But US industry groups are still scrambling to figure out the exact items that will be hit and by how much.
Aston Martin Selling Limited Number Of James Bond 'Goldfinger' Cars For $3.5 Million EachIf Goldfinger's henchman Oddjob is coming after you, Aston Martin has just the car you need. It will cost a lot, though.
iPhone Owners Can Sue Apple For Monopolizing App Store, Supreme Court RulesA group of iPhone owners who accuse Apple of violating US antitrust rules can sue the company, the Supreme Court ruled Monday. They claim Apple's App Store is a monopoly.
Amazon Offering Its Employees Up To $10K To Quit, Start Their Own Package Delivery BusinessAmazon, which is racing to deliver packages faster, is turning to its employees with a proposition: Quit your job and we'll help you start a business delivering Amazon packages.
Netflix May Have To Say Goodbye To 'The Office' And 'Friends'Some of the greatest American sitcoms of our generation, from "The Office" to "Friends," could be leaving Netflix, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Facebook Collected 1.5 Million Users’ Email Contacts Without Their KnowledgeFacebook has admitted that it collected up to 1.5 million users’ email contacts without their consent, in the latest privacy issue to hit the giant tech firm.
Love Of Tech Becomes Business Niche Introduced in 2011, the Google Chromebook came on to the tech scene offering a cloud-based laptop experience that makes use of Google's Chrome operating system.
As Cashless Stores Grow, So Does The BacklashCash-free stores are generating a backlash among some activists and liberal-leaning policymakers who say the practice discriminates against people who either lack bank accounts or rely on cash for many transactions.
Report: Amazon Workers May Be Listening To What You Tell AlexaWhen customers speak to Alexa, Amazon's artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant, somebody may be listening in, according to a new report.
Research Firm Believes Verizon 5G Home In Sacramento May Not SucceedA research firm specializing in media and telecommunications issued an in-depth report this week explaining why it believes Verizon's 5G Home service may not succeed
Gene-Edited Food Quietly Arrives In Restaurant Cooking OilSomewhere in the Midwest, a restaurant is frying foods with oil made from gene-edited soybeans. That’s according to the company making the oil, which says it’s the first commercial use of a gene-edited food in the U.S.