It’s time to debate damages. To Apple and to common sense A US appeal court has opened the next round of the long-running Apple versus Samsung patent case, this time to recalculate the damages Sammy owes Cupertino.…
TechCrunch went hands-on with Windows 10 to show you the best of the latest build of Microsoft’s new operating system. To make it extra pure, we put Windows 10 through its paces on a Surface Pro 3. Windows 10 is Microsoft’s effort to build an operating system that can run on any screen size and […]
“Mobile-geddon” it’s not. But Google’s latest changes to its search algorithm are a reminder of how Google uses its market power to accelerate change. The post Google’s Search Update Will Remake the Web in Its Own Image appeared first on WIRED.
No one is predicting a massive eruption at Sakurajima in Japan. Yet, the media might have you believe that’s the class, and that’s just wrong. The post How to Be a Savvy Science Reader appeared first on WIRED.
The first product from the secretive, Google-funded augmented-reality startup has finally been revealed. Founder and CEO Rony Abovitz shares some key insights about Magic Leap One.
The A4 and the A5 were the last holdouts, but the take rate for the stick shift was hilariously low.
squiggleslash writes Brianna Wu, a game studio owner in Boston, found herself the target of numerous anonymous death threats last month, apparently the escalation of a campaign that started when she spoke up for women in gaming, and that intensified during the GamerGate train wreck. Rather than hide, she’s offering an $11,000+ cash reward for […]
Off late there have been too much news about the American Companies buying out startups. But the Indian-origin app Zomato has been fast spreading its tentacles across the world and making some major acquisitions. A few weeks after it landed in New Zealand, the restaurant search and discovery service has added Czech Republic’s Lunchtime.cz and […]