Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is reportedly pretty interesting in buying Fitbit. It’s a pretty strange move, considering Google doesn’t actually have any stake in the wearable hardware game; that rumored Pixel Watch has been nothing but vaporware for years. However, it seems like Alphabet is taking this more seriously than we are. They’ve already made […]
Come comment on this article: Alphabet is trying to buy Fitbit; it’s probably a bad idea
Sony is easily one of the most prestigious electronics companies in the world, but that hasn’t ever really helped their mobile division out. Their smartphones, while good, struggle with marketing and competitive pricing, and just never seem to have that “it” factor to compete with heavy hitters from Samsung and Apple. Sony doesn’t really have […]
Come comment on this article: Sony is trying to avoid turning into the next HTC
Microsoft's very first batch of Edge browser extensions is small, but it seems the company's taking steps to make sure Windows users get more in the future. According to Microsoft Senior Program Manager Jacob Rossi, the tech titan is developing a "po…
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Andy Rubin, one of the co-creators of Android, is rumored to be looking into starting a company to build an Android phone. Whether he heads up the firm, or backs it through his startup incubator, isn’t known.
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Many activists thrive on Twitter, both to get their messages heard and to coordinate their on-the-ground action. However, it looks like there's a growing, sophisticated effort to dismantle Mexican anti-corruption and anti-violence protests through…
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