The social TV apps have split amicably, or so they say. GetGlue is walking away with a $500,000 break-up check.
The Acer Android phone with the Terminator-inspired name has been confirmed -- it does have a metal backplate, and will be hunting us to extinction at the end of October.
AT&T says there is a lot of misinformation swirling but wants to make it clear: there will be no disruptions of service.
Microsoft says that it'll be shuttering the service on August 19, 2015, giving users two years to leave the scan-friendly platform.
The online photo-licensing companies have disrupted the traditional stock-art business, and more changes are afoot as Stocksy gets a new CEO, Getty ends its Flickr partnership, and more iPhone photo apps arrive.
The book publisher will terminate agency contracts and will no longer adopt "most favored nation" pricing clauses.
Students were given night and overtime shifts to put together parts for the PlayStation 4, a violation of Foxconn policy, the company has acknowledged.
Outsourcing search capabilities to Bing generates a significant portion of Yahoo's revenue in the most recent quarter, an SEC filing reportedly shows.
Motorola Mobility's parent drops two patents from its infringement case over video-coding patents used in Xboxes and smartphones.
If you sign up for a new Sprint line at Best Buy, you can score one year of talk, text, and data. The catch is, you must be a student.