Category: Tech News
GoPro founder unveils new product, talks about the future at Code Conference
The upcoming GoPro mount holds six Hero4 cameras and enables virtual reality film making, according to CEO Nick Woodman. Photo: AFP. Share. Nick Woodman, the founder and CEO of GoPro, unveiled the Six-Camera Spherical Array -- a round mount ...
GoPro unveils new spherical camera, quadcopter drone plans
GoPro's Making Spherical Camera Mounts For VR Video (and Drones Too)
GoPro turns focus to drones, virtual reality
Facebook Messenger payments expand test market, bring improvements
Facebook Messenger's mobile payment system is going to undergo an update, which aims to increase user-friendliness, removing any obstacles that are preventing users from opting for Messenger for their peer-to-peer payment needs. The service was first ...
Facebook Messenger Lets You Send Money In Chat Threads Now
Creepy Chrome extension shows where FB messages come from
Facebook Messenger payments go live in NYC, so you can hit your friends up for ...
Yahoo will face a US class action lawsuit for allegedly accessing the content of emails sent to its mail users from non-Yahoo Mail accounts.
Jawbone sues rival California fitness technology firm Fitbit, accusing it of stealing commercially sensitive data.
Texting bug shuts down iPhones
A STRING of Arabic and Chinese text is shutting down iPhones around the world as Apple has announced it's working hard to fix the bug. The bug was revealed today when several Reddit users complained that Arabic and Chinese letters can cause an ...
iOS Text Message Bug Causes Problems for Some iPhone Users
Apple Promises Fix for iPhone Messaging Crash Bug
Leslie Moonves Nixes Purchasing CBS Corp.
During an appearance Wednesday at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., the CBS Corp. CEO poured cold water on the oft-speculated possibility that he would lead an investor group to acquire the Eye. “The board of directors will decide the ...
CBS will 'probably' be part of the new Apple TV service
CBS will 'probably' sign a TV deal with Apple
This TV broadcaster may put its shows on Apple's rumored cable-killer
New York Times
Adding Branches to the Human Family Tree
New York Times
For scientists who study human evolution, the last few months have been a whirlwind. Every couple of weeks, it seems, another team pulls back the curtain on newly discovered bones or stone tools, prompting researchers to rethink what we know about early ...
Newfound human ancestor may have lived alongside Lucy
New hominid species may have been neighbor to famed 'Lucy'
Ethiopian fossils represent new member of human family tree
Pebble Time beats Google Android Wear
This might come as a surprise, but the best smartwatch for Android users wasn't developed by Google. For now, that honour goes to the Pebble Time, the latest from the company that pioneered the idea of a wristwatch for smartphone notifications. While the ...
Pebble Time begins shipping to Kickstarter backers — everyone else can ...
Can Pebble Time compete with the Apple Watch and Android Wear?
Pebble Time Is Long on Battery, Short on Features
SpaceX cleared for US military launches
New Zealand Herald
Billionaire Elon Musk's firm SpaceX has won long-waited approval from the US Air Force to launch military satellites, opening the way to a lucrative market that has been a virtual monopoly for a Boeing and Lockheed Martin joint venture. Certification for the ...
Game Changer: SpaceX to Launch Military Satellites
Elon Musk aims to disrupt another business
SpaceX now certified to launch security satellites
Mary Meeker's Internet report: User growth slowing, but disruption full speed ahead
Mary Meeker, a partner at venture firm KIeiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), and the Internet's most engaging prophet, reported in her 20th annual Internet trends report, that while the Internet is still growing, its growth rate is declining. marymeeker.jpg ...
Mary Meeker: Internet user growth slowing, drone growth is not
Everything you need to know about the future of print media in a single chart
What if Mobile is Getting its Fair Share of Ad Spending?