Elon Musk's tube transport concept unveiled a year ago remains just that: a concept. It also proves that even when the Internet falls in love, radical ideas rarely exit the realm of fiction.
The country's Procurement Center, its Finance Ministry, and Apple itself say the iPhone maker never applied to be on the government's list of approved energy-saving products, according to Reuters.
New reports call into question a Bloomberg story that claimed China has banned certain Apple products from government buying.
Lyft and Uber both announced they're getting into shared rides, but Sidecar says it's been testing carpooling options for months.
The iPad and MacBook are apparently no longer on a list of products approved for government use due to security concerns, Bloomberg reports.
As Pandora signs its first direct deal with labels, CEO Brian McAndrews speaks out for the first time since joining the Web radio service in September.
A deal settles all lawsuits pending outside the US, but US patent lawsuits between the two are unaffected.
Photos posted on Chinese site Weibo claim to display the rear shell of the next iPad with larger speakers, a new spot for the microphone, and recessed volume-control buttons.
Sales of the PlayStation 4 doubled in the Japanese giant's latest financial results, but it's still on course for an overall loss.
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