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Apple isn't trying to answer the question of why you need a smart watch. It built one that a lot of people will want, and left it to the developers to do the rest.
Microsoft’s acquisition of Minecraft would be an acknowledgment that games are central to many people’s lives, as players can spend months building estates and entire countries.
T-Mobile has gained millions of customers with the help of handing out free services, like unlimited music streaming and free international roaming. Now it is adding Wi-Fi-related technology to the mix.
Early reports said the Apple Watch might charge wirelessly. But wireless charging wouldn't have worked well for the device.
The sites used a pinwheel icon, which means something is loading slowly, to show users what it would be like if Internet traffic was slowed.
CartoDB, whose 30-person team is split between Madrid and New York, is the latest in a number of start-ups to offer services that try to make sense of the mountain of information readily available through the Internet.
Google has acquired Lift Labs, a Bay Area company that makes a high-tech spoon designed to make it easier for people with neurodegenerative tremors to eat.
Apple wasn't the only big tech outfit with something to talk about on Tuesday. Intel met with developers to discuss how it is changing from a chip-centric company to one with a variety of products and services.
Any question about how well Tim Cook is managing the reins at Apple, the world’s most valuable company, will most likely be put to rest after Tuesday’s profusion of product announcements.
Google began in Madrid its seven-city tour of public meetings, hearing views from activists and members of the public about the best ways to remove certain links from its search results upon request.
For 16 years, Apple has bestowed the prefix “i” on the names of most of its groundbreaking products, from the iMac to the iPad. Not so with the Apple Watch.
We try to answer your pressing questions about Apple's new line of products. It doesn't look good for left-handed watches.
Tom Wheeler said the commission was seriously considering subjecting mobile carriers to the same net neutrality regulations as providers of wired Internet service.
Apple may hog the spotlight when it holds a big product release. But that doesn't mean other companies are going to schedule their events around a rival.
While the company makes its much-anticipated announcements about its new products, it seems to be having a lot of trouble with the live-streaming of the event.
Submit your questions about Apples new products, and Times reporters will provide answers.
Apple is widely expected to announce two new iPhones today, both with bigger screens than their predecessors, and to introduce a wearable device, nicknamed the iWatch.
In addition to performing, the band will reveal an integration with Apple’s products that is connected to its next album, according to people briefed on the band's plans.
Home Depot confirmed Monday that its systems were hacked. The breach could be the largest theft from a retailer's computer network.
Many of Braintree's clients are tech start-ups like Uber, Airbnb and TaskRabbit, businesses that are looking for easy ways to integrate payments into their products for a low cost.