Apple Now Working on Self Driving Car
The company has confirmed interest in autonomous vehicle technology to US regulators.
End of an Era: Blackberry is Done Building Smartphones
The company will now focus on software development, including security and applications.
Apple IPhone 7 Rumored to Have 32GB of Storage
Online reports claim that Apple is considering upping the minimum storage on their latest device.
RIP BlackBerry Classic: Company Will Stop Making Iconic Smartphone
The BlackBerry Classic is being discontinued. The company behind the smartphone resurrected the classic style, complete with the raised button keyboard, in 2014 as a replacement for the BlackBerry Bold. As many people gravitated toward the touch screens of iPhones and sleek new Android devices, the
Obama Talks About Getting His First Smartphone
We have some breaking news in the skinny this morning with President Obama appearing on late night TV. To be commander in chief appeared last night on the Tonight Show slew jamming the knees and bemoaning the fact that he was once high tech guy. When he first got into the White House. The president
President Obama Says Graduating Daughter Malia Is 'Very Eager' to Leave White House
President Obama’s oldest daughter Malia is set to graduate from high school on Friday, and according to the president, she can’t wait to get out of the White House. “I think Malia, who will be graduating this week, is very eager to get out of there,” the president said in an interview with NBC’s
Emails From Hillary Clinton’s IT Director at State Department Appear to Be Missing
The State Department said today it can’t find Bryan Pagliano’s emails from the time he served as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ’s senior information technology staffer during her tenure there. Pagliano would have been required to turn over any official communications from his work account
The Note: The Debate, In Case You Missed It
NOTABLES --7 MOMENTS THAT MATTERED AT THE DEMOCRATIC DEBATE: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders went head-to-head in Miami in a bilingual debate last night hosted by Univision and the Washington Post. The contentious debate focused heavily on immigration, and both candidates came armed with plenty
GOP Suing for Hillary Clinton's Text Messages
The Republican National Committee announced today it is suing the State Department for access to more of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ’s records and those of her top aides. The RNC said it has filed two separate Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits in U.S. District Court in
The Candidates' Technology Game: How the Front-Runners Stack Up
If a presidential election was determined by a candidate's Twitter following, we'd have a President Donald Trump . We of course don't live in a Twitter democracy, so all eyes today will be on the Iowa caucuses , marking the first of the ballots cast for Republic and GOP candidates on the road to