The Chargeboard uses the kinetic energy generated from its spinning wheels to charge devices, and speakers in its base turn it into an iPhone dock.
Apple didn't exactly have a great week in the press, but was all the bad news really well-founded? Also, BlackBerry drops a major new phone, if only because it's huge.
Google receives guidelines from European regulators explaining how it can avoid running afoul of privacy laws, reports Reuters.
Consumers will be able to get their hands on the unusually shaped smartphone and BlackBerry's latest flagship device immediately.
The new iPhone is closer to getting the thumb's up for sales to start in China, according to a government regulator interviewed by Chinese Internet portal Tencent.
A new law in France includes several provisions, but one is especially damaging to Uber: no sharing location via GPS.
Although its US business is humming along just fine, international expansion will provide the real growth for the video-streaming company.
The Japanese electronics giant hasn't done well with smartphones, but it's trying a new approach that grafts a comparatively high-end camera onto an Android phone.
With the new iPhones not yet available in China, individuals are scooping them up through other sources and then reselling them at high prices, says Bloomberg.
The company has received one of the required regulatory approvals, but needs another before it can officially bring the iPhone 6 to China.