Technology is helping to better train soldiers, as the military incorporates gaming and entertainment software into increasingly sophisticated battle simulations.
Retailers, financial institutions, carriers and phone makers are banking on mobile payments, but the emerging industry could hit a significant roadblock: reluctant consumers, concerned about privacy and security.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he’d “rather settle a patent lawsuit” than fight legal battles to a bitter finish, but a kinder, gentler Apple won’t show up in the courtroom.
Walter Isaacson, author of the best-selling book “Steve Jobs,” is mulling over adding an extension to the bestseller, as Jobs continues to capture the public imagination.
HP will make WebOS an open-source platform, offering a challenge to Android as phone makers begin to investigate other software alternatives.
Verizon is angling to take on Netflix with plans to stream movies and TV shows over the Internet, though an increasingly protective cable-TV industry may throw up obstacles to its ultimate success.
Stores are integrating mobile devices and apps directly on the sales floor this holiday season, transforming the shopping experience in a quest to retain customers.
Aaron Sorkin, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of “The Social Network,” may bring another tech titan to life for the big screen, as interest in Steve Jobs continues to heat up even after his death.
Giesecke & Devrient has developed a smaller SIM card, which may help phone makers like Apple make even slimmer devices.
A teenager in Queens was stabbed to death after a gang of teens attempted to steal his iPhone.