Chinese company Apus has released its pared-down Android launcher to massive international success. But it's doing it without focusing on the Chinese market. We sat down with founder Li Tao to find out why.
On today's show, we geek out over Marvel's official plans for the third act of its cinematic universe, and check out new tech that includes a holographic keyboard with haptic feedback and a 3D printer that's been converted into a tattoo machine.
The good news is, long after we leave this Earth, when our bones turn to dust and future generations ruminate on who we were and what we stood for, their histories will agree we lived in a golden age of geek cinema. The bad news is, you pretty much don't have any free weekends until 2020. Sorry about that.
The Korean electronics giant posts a 74 percent drop in its mobile business operating profits during the September period.
The carrier ups the ante again with its iPhone-leasing program that starts at $30 a month and allows customers to swap in a new device each year. The offer takes effect on November 14.
Retailers take sides in the battle of mobile payment technology, with some disabling NFC sensors in favor of an app that tracks customer data. Also, Amazon takes on Chromecast, and Fitbit launches new wristbands.
The iPhone numbers in South Korea top the preorders seen for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 over a similar period, says the Wall Street Journal.
Meet the tools that let you transfer files and send messages on your smartphone without the Internet.
While he believes smart machines can take us to Mars and drive our cars for us, Musk remains worried that artificial intelligence holds a darker potential.
The iTunes Store raked in more revenue overall in fiscal 2014 than in the previous year, but digital music sales have declined, according to Apple's annual report filed with the SEC.