Hurricane Michael's 155 mile per hour winds knocked out fiber networks needed for wireless service.
We even got a rare blue sky.
Cross-platform? Sure, but there's still no place like home
IBM has trotted out tech it reckons will ease management of services over a variety of cloud infrastructures, including Microsoft and Amazon's as well its own.…
It'll disclose who pays for them, and they'll need to prove their identity and location.
The Chinese technology company ditches Google's Wear OS in favour of its own smartwatch operating system.
Two weeks on a charge
We took the new phone for a spin around London in the early autumn sunshine.
Paperwork demands code from internet goliaths
Analysis After Redis Labs relicensed the modules it developed to complement its open-source database, from AGPL to Apache v2.0 with a Commons Clause, the free-software community expressed dismay.…
It's a compact, portable and drug-free way to potentially offer relief from sore muscles.
One of the oldest names in the mobile industry just got a massive reboot.
Sure, it's charming now. But let's see who has the last laugh.
In recent weeks, both Uber and Airbnb have sent formal letters to the Securities and Exchange Commission, asking the regulatory agency to expand efforts that would allow drivers and hosts to also be paid in company shares. Exactly how this would work in practice remains unclear.
The move comes nearly three months after the SEC asked for public comment in a proposed revision to "Rule 701," which currently requires that anyone paid in stock be an investor or an employee. Those directly involved in the "gig" or "sharing" economies are generally not considered to be employees and so, for now, are ineligible for this arrangement.
In fact, Uber told the SEC that it prefers the term "entrepreneurial economy"—odd, given that Uber drivers have no ability to set their own price. Uber also refers to its drivers as "driver partners," suggesting that those behind the wheel have more power than they do in actuality.
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Microsoft's Surface has become a victim of its own success. This year’s iteration reuses the same case, maintaining compatibility with peripherals. Several PC rivals can boast better value in the premium professional segment with more interesting designs.…
A YouTube gamer is being sued for selling Fortnite cheats and promoting them online.
Apple's most colorful iPhone X is also its most affordable 2018 model.
What’s old is new again as Election Day draws near. Here’s what you need to know.
Users face hours without tunes as streaming service trips up mid-dance move
In a reminder of a golden age when we still had physical media, Amazon Music decided to pop on its headphones and chill out to some Harold Budd this morning, leaving users unable to access the streaming service.…
The credit-card-sized device is designed to help people take a break from their main phone.