The New Sticker Shock: Plunging Cellphone Bills
There are more cellphones in America than people. That market saturation has led to brutal price competition, which in turn is transforming...
Content Recommendation Firm Outbrain Lays Off 4% of its Workforce
Outbrain, best known for placing sponsored links on publishers’ websites, has laid off 4% of its roughly 600-person global workforce.
The Saturday Profile: The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed
Geoffrey Hinton, a scientist at the heart of artificial intelligence’s recent breakthroughs, has helped make Toronto a leading research location.
BlackBerry Revenue Falls Amid Shift to Software
BlackBerry Ltd. said it plans to liquidate its remaining device inventory in the next quarter as it completely moves production of its handsets to...
Weibo Gets in Beijing's Way
Investors need to consider the political risk faced by China’s version of Twitter.
Robert Kraft says football's future is via livestreaming
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said the future of NFL broadcasts is in “over the top” deals like the livestreaming agreement the NFL...
Earth could be hit by surprise asteroid strike, expert warns
An astrophysicist has warned that Earth could be hit with a surprise asteroid strike, according to news reports.
15 years after 'Minority Report': A cautionary film, ignored.
Experts say the moral of 'Minority Report' has been ignored, and its dystopian technologies are closing in on us.
Amazon patent reveals drone delivery 'beehives'
Amazon's drone delivery 'beehive' towers could be built vertically to blend in with high rises in big cities.
Amazon's Prime Air 'drone tower' would look and sound like a giant beehive
Amazon has an idea for a "drone tower" that could one day act as both a fulfillment center and a busy drone delivery base. The beehive-like...
HP Spectre x360 trumps MacBook Pro in bang-for-buck
Hewlett Packard has built probably the best big-screen consumer Windows laptop this year.
The Zuckerberg interview: A new mission
Facebook is charting a new direction after acknowledging that connecting people online isn't enough.