Facebook is soon planning to enter the healthcare field, following in the footsteps of Apple and Google by developing health tracking and monitoring platforms and apps.
Cyanogen CEO recently shrugged off Google’s interest in purchasing the company, choosing instead to focus on raising a Series C round at a $1bn valuation.
ARM, whose chip designs already dominate the smartphone market, is making a push to get its technology into the next wave of connected objects.
DHL said it would use a drone to deliver medication to a German island in the North Sea, marking the first routine drone delivery to customers.
Samsung vs. Apple vs. Nokia, HTC and Motorola. Who cares? All the hardware looks alike. The smartphone battle is won with ecosystems, cloud and sheer marketing.
Apple acquired Dutch digital magazine startup Prss, a platform that makes it easy to create iPad-compatible magazines using tools that don’t require any knowledge of code.
Amazon will boost staffing at its secretive hardware unit by at least 27% over the next five years as it tests internet-connected “smart” home gadgets.
Samsung is shifting a number of software engineers out of its mobile unit to other parts of the company in a sign that its mobile unit is struggling.
BlackBerry CEO told employees in an internal memo that years of layoffs and shrinking had come to an end, and that the company would be scouting for acquisitions.
Google driverless future vision is putting itself at odds with an auto industry that shares its desire for safer, less-congested roads – yet won’t abide the “driverless” part.