Mobile Devices News
Google aims to connect online ads to physical stores
Google already monitors your online shopping _ but now it's also keeping an eye on what you're buying in real-world stores as part of its latest effort to sell more digital advertising
How Rowkin is changing the way we listen to music
Ever since Bluetooth technology was invented some 20 years ago, companies have been rushing to create accessories to take advantage of it. That’s particularly been the case with music, as a deluge of firms large and small have introduced everything from wireless speakers and headphones in an effort
Nevada plans to offer mobile betting at Raiders stadium
Fans at future Las Vegas Raiders home games will be able to legally place bets on their phones from inside the planned $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat stadium, unless the league can persuade Nevada gaming officials to change policy. Last week, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority unanimously approved a
The Latest: Familiarity in Google's newly unveiled services
Google is announcing a lot of bells and whistles Wednesday _ but a good chunk of them are already being done by rivals such as Amazon, Apple and Facebook
10 infants in California neonatal intensive care unit test positive for antibiotic resistant superbug
County and hospital health officials are investigating how 10 infants tested positive for a dangerous bacteria while they were being treated in the neonatal intensive care unit at the University of California Irvine Medical Center. The 10 infants were reported to have tested positive for the same
Amazon pays $50 million for rights to stream NFL
Amazon Prime members will soon be able to live stream Thursday night football games.
Now you can use Facebook Livestream from your desktop
Facebook Live video streaming is now available on desktop and laptop computers.
The spy device in your pocket
The explosive claims made by WikiLeaks on Tuesday — that the CIA can turn popular smartphones and televisions into remote spying devices — highlights how unwitting consumers have allowed their love for electronics to make them vulnerable to covert surveillance. “It’s a boon for the good guys and
Verizon announces it will offer unlimited data plan
Verizon was the last major wireless carrier to offer unlimited data after many customers left for companies like T-Mobile and Sprint for better savings on data plans.