The latest scuttlebutt suggests a 4.7-inch iPhone hitting production in July, followed by a 5.5-inch model ramping up in September.
A highway patrol officer and car enthusiast has combined two cars into a hybrid monstrosity for the 24 Hours of LeMons junk car rally.
Promise announces Pegasus2 and SANLink2 storage systems that are based on the new Thunderbolt 2 standard to offer top capacities and unprecedented performance for both professional and business users.
The carrier's Mobile Money program is designed to go after customers who haven't traditionally had bank accounts.
Google commemorates Moog's 78th birthday with an interactive doodle of one of his synthesizers.
"For us to keep up with your pace of change, this leadership team is breaking down silos throughout our agency," she tells a group of tech execs. The 47,000-person agency is conducting its own "mashup."
The social network is helping members sell tickets to their events, in a move that hints at its interest in the online ticketing space.
The startup still hasn't shipped its prototype augmented reality glasses and software development kit, but it's launched an app store to solicit app concepts.
Art project would festoon the San Francisco Bay Bridge with 25,000 individually programmable white LED lights to create a gigantic, shimmering "light sculpture" that responds to its environment.
Sonos has announced support for CD-ripping service Murfie enabling users to store a physical CD collection offsite and download or stream them online.