Brian Cooley’s Tech Watch
Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
Apple Inc. has sued Samsung Electronics Co., saying the South Korean company’s Galaxy line of smartphones and tablet computers copy Apple’s popular iPad and iPhone.
Apple appears to be set to make another foray into your living room. A new report says the company may launch an Internet-connected high definition television set before the end of the year.
Cisco Systems Inc. announced Tuesday that it was exiting several consumer businesses, including most notably its Flip Video camera business, and laying off 550 employees.
Apple still remains king of the hill when it comes to tablets. Sales figures show that Motorola Mobility has sold 100,000 Xoom’s, which was one of the first serious challengers to the iPad. In comparison, Apple sold 300,000 iPad’s on its day of release.
The Motion Picture Association of America has sued Zediva, the gutsy startup that made the latest hit movies available for instant viewing online long before they hit Netflix or Redbox.
A new survey shows that while some consumers are interested in buying electric vehicles, many drivers don’t think the current offerings are good enough.
Amazon.com Inc. wants to be more than a destination for shopping online: It also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer.
Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, who is currently out on medical leave, will be deposed to testify in an antitrust suit related to its iPod music players and iTunes store.
Foursquare, the location-based check-in startup, is introducing its latest version for the Android and iPhone.