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Social media channels have overflowed this week with commentary on whether Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus bends under pressure.
The union behind the strike and the Internet retailing giant disagree on how many workers participated in the work stoppage.
Hootsuite Media, a Canadian maker of social media software, is offering a new tool that allows companies to handle complaints on Twitter by sending the customer a special phone number for fast service.
A small pilotless aircraft owned by the logistics company DHL is set to take off on Friday to ferry medicine to a sparsely populated island in northern Germany, following in the footsteps of similar plans by the tech giants Amazon and Google.
The update was intended to fix various bugs in Apple’s mobile operating system, but it disabled cellphone service, among other problems.
The rise of video in high school football is just part of a larger trend of how we live with screens. The schools featured in an article on Wednesday also evaluate teachers online, and have two-minute video snippets in the library.
Apple's fingerprint sensor, called Touch ID, is hardly new. But Apple only recently unlocked its true potential with iOS 8, which allows third-party apps to enter passwords with your fingerprint.
Several websites and apps are remaking the way that players and coaches practice, scout other teams and analyze their own performance.
Last weekend, Apple sold millions of shiny new iPhones to people who already had cellphones. Now, thanks to a growing electronics-reselling industry, many of those old devices have somewhere to go.
Apple paid $3 billion for Beats, which makes headphones and also offers streaming music — a service that analysts say could be discontinued, though Apple is vague about its intentions.
Ray Ozzie, onetime chief software architect at Microsoft, has a way to make phone conversations as permanent and searchable as other Internet communication.
A total of 2,000 workers refused to show up for their shifts on Monday in an effort to force Amazon to accept an agreement in line with other retailers.
It's okay to think Lawrence J. Ellison has invented a time machine as he spells out a new competition with old foe Microsoft. The question is: does the time machine go forward or back?
Chinese authorities have tightened censorship over Internet traffic in recent weeks, and Google and its services are particularly affected.
Virtual reality technology may attract big money from tech giants, but a conference to showcase one company’s products gave plenty of space to the small fry.
Every year, Jeff Bezos hosts a top-secret conference for writers. This year, it is somewhat less secret.
The discrepancy between the accounts of Hampton Creek and Ali Partovi, a top executive who left after nine days on the job, suggests that the split between the two was not as amicable as the company has said publicly.
New messaging apps are celebrating the sound (and the nuance) of the human voice.
Data-driven management has so far focused mostly on increasing efficiency and productivity, but new graphic tools aim to help executives set a strategic course.
Maybe the chief executive of Salesforce did himself a favor when he gave away one of his big surprises for an upcoming show. His data analysis cloud for the masses is likely one of many, with more on the way. Can his be different?