The media landscape is ever evolving, and in future incarnations, billionaire Barry Diller sees media companies bowing to tech giants.
The cameras that become the electronic eyes of airports, train stations, sidewalks, malls and parks are now developing their own digital brains.
You can say a lot of things about the state of LTE wireless broadband around the world, but you definitely can’t describe it as “America first.”
The FCC could cut regulations meant to keep massive media conglomerates from dominating the airwaves, which means fewer independent voices.
Movie downloads, unlike songs, come swaddled with “digital rights management (DRM)” software that restricts the software and hardware on which you can watch the flick. Are you sure you’ll stay an Apple (AAPL) fan long enough to buy a movie can’t watch on a Roku player? Or does your ongoing patronage
It was stupid when Apple got rid of the headphone jack on its smartphones, and Google doing the same thing with its new Pixel 2 phones doesn’t make that move any smarter—just less likely to succeed.
The plague of “fake news” may be news to Facebook (FB), but it’s a familiar foe to a small non-profit in Washington that’s trying to use mobile apps, big data and social media to promote peace and accountability in places like Iraq, Kenya and Mexico where those technologies have often been abused to
This team of University of Maryland students is hoping to prove it can win SpaceX’s hyperloop capsule competition and bring in a new form of transportation to life. It may take years to see if Elon Musk’s dream of a hyperloop will lead to humans zipping between cities at hundreds of miles an hour aboard