It looks like Republic Wireless — the upstart cellular service that uses Wi-Fi and falls back to Sprint when necessary — was onto something when it launched back in 2011.
Sling TV hasn't changed much since we saw it unveiled at CES, but starting today, Dish will begin sending out the first invites for its over-the-top internet TV service.
After Elon Musk appeared on the Simpsons last night and jetted off at the end of the episode in the latest version of his Dragon spacecraft, Lisa points out that "for a man who likes electric cars he sure burns a lot of rocket fuel." Musk apparently heard this as a slight against his technological prowess, and took to Twitter to point out why electricity will never get people off the planet: If u saw @TheSimpsons and wonder why @SpaceX doesn't use an electric rocket to reach orbit, it is cuz that is impossible — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 26, 2015 Musk explains: "Reason is Newton's Third Law.
Former Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has confessed that the dimple at the back of the Nexus 6 was originally intended to play host to a fingerprint sensor.
Turkey has moved to block several Facebook pages considered insulting to the Prophet Mohammed. A Turkish court ordered Facebook to close the offending pages in a ruling handed down Sunday, Reuters reports, threatening to block access to the social network if it doesn't comply.
Motorola has a history of operating in China stretching all the way back to 1987, and today the company marks its return to "the biggest and most exciting smartphone market" with the launch of its full smartphone portfolio.
You'll be able to stream Super Bowl XLIX online for free next weekend, but it won't be the only place you'll be able to watch official footage of the game.
Of course you want the limited edition 20th Anniversary PS4 in original-PlayStation gray. How could you not?
One of the selling points for modular smartphones like Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is that they reduce waste.
T-Mobile is announcing its latest "uncarrier" move today. You can now opt to pay $5 a month for exclusive access to discounts when upgrading to new devices.
I'm getting acquainted with Sundance Hype, and now, on the morning of my fourth day at my first ever Sundance Film Festival, I think I'm ready to explain how it works.
I still remember the exact moment I learned Kurt Cobain had killed himself. A friend stood in the doorway of my college dorm room, face slack, and said two words: "Kurt died." And over the ensuing days and months the machinery of pop culture churned, desperately trying to put his death into some sort of relatable context.
It was only a matter of time before someone spun the "Uber for __" wheel and landed on WEED. More and more states are voting in favor of legalization.
Ah, the sword fight. What would cinema be without it? The action movie staple is so familiar — and, at times, formulaic — that it seems you could smush them all into one.
Open-world zombie survival game DayZ has sold over three million copies since launch in December 2013, according to developer Bohemia Interactive.
MakerBot is embracing Android. The company has rolled out a version of its mobile app for Android, allowing you to control and monitor your 3D printer straight from your smartphone.
HTC doesn't want to be known as just a smartphone maker anymore, and one of its first moves to update its brand image in 2015 has been to sponsor three prominent e-sports teams.
Darren Aronofsky can be a grandiose director. Think of his big set pieces: Black Swan's ballet or The Wrestler's final match.
Walmart thinks it can out-price the Google Chromecast, Roku Streaming Stick, and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
The End of The Tour is being billed as director James Ponsoldt's (The Spectacular Now, Smashed) David Foster Wallace biopic, but its scope is more concentrated than that: a chronicle of a five-day interview between David Foster Wallace and reporter David Lipsky, on the final stop of his book tour for Infinite Jest.