The streaming giant considered purchasing theaters in New York and Los Angeles, the LA Times reports.
The move, however, does set the foundation for broader 5G deployment later this year and into 2019.
HBO's amazing sci-fi series returns for its second season on April 22.
And a plan to have users of Sun hardware upgrade if they want Solaris 11.4 and proper patches
Oracle will deliver “update releases” of Solaris every northern Summer, under a new plan it revealed this week along with news of the Solaris 11.4 beta and a hurry-along for users of old Sun hardware.…
Wind and solar is on the rise in Britain, and now it's gone more than two days straight without using any coal power.
At issue was Valve not adhering to local consumer law, which required it to have a refund policy on its Steam platform. Until 2015, it didn't.
Let’s get up to date on the crazy world of reverse mergers
The “what will Dell do to/with/for/about VMware” rumour mill has started spinning again.…
The company has been accused of underreporting employee's on-the-job illnesses and injuries to the state's Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Chip designer pushes hundreds out the door in cost-cutting drive
Qualcomm says it is planning to eliminate more than 1,200 positions in an attempt to cut overhead costs.…
The confirmation fills the longest vacancy for the top spot in the agency's history.
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Employees at the embattled blood-testing startup create a game styled after Space Invaders featuring the reporter who revealed the company's problems.
The iconic green fastback will go on display under glass in D.C. to celebrate its induction into the National Historic Vehicle Register.
Farmers are working on robotic solutions due to a shortage of human workers to pick difficult crops.
Farmers are turning to robots to plant seedlings and pick produce because of human worker shortages.
In an interview published in The Sydney Morning Herald today, Apple CEO Tim Cook suggested that Apple is not working toward eventually running the same operating system on Macs and mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad, counter to widespread speculation.
The interview took place at the education-themed event in Chicago at which Apple unveiled the last iPad. Here's the relevant quote from Cook:
We don't believe in sort of watering down one for the other. Both [the Mac and iPad] are incredible. One of the reasons that both of them are incredible is because we pushed them to do what they do well. And if you begin to merge the two... you begin to make trade-offs and compromises.
So maybe the company would be more efficient at the end of the day. But that's not what it's about. You know it's about giving people things that they can then use to help them change the world or express their passion or express their creativity. So this merger thing that some folks are fixated on, I don't think that's what users want.
Earlier this year, Bloomberg ran a report saying that Apple will soon unveil tools for developers that will allow deploying an app for both macOS and iOS machines. Apps that target both platforms would be usable with either a touchscreen or a mouse/trackpad, depending on which device launches them. While some outlets are saying Cook's statement debunks that rumor, that's not necessarily the case; apps that support macOS/iOS interoperability don't require a unified operating system.
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Java fixes lobbed out, Spectre Solaris patches issued
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Bose's highly rated SoundTrue Ultra in-ear wired headphones are on sale for better than half off at Best Buy.