Apple Watch Winds Up Bigger Initial Orders Than iPod, iPhoneApple's dedicated fanbase has come through once again for the company, with an estimated 1.2-million Apple Watches being ordered on their first day of availability Friday.
Paying Customers Allowed To Watch NBC Live Online In 10 Markets; San Francisco IncludedTelevision viewers in 10 U.S. markets are now able to watch their local NBC stations live on computers and mobile devices-- if you're a paying customer of a TV provider.
Apple Drops Opposition To Phone Kill Switch Bill, State Senator Gets 2nd Chance Apple has now dropped opposition to State Sen. Mark Leno's 'kill-switch' bill that would render stolen phones inoperable. A new vote on a re-worked bill takes place Thursday.
Samsung Appeases San Francisco DA’s Request For Smartphone Anti-Theft FeatureIn a major victory for San Francisco’s District Attorney George Gascon, Samsung has agreed to make anti-theft features available on its latest smartphone.
Larry Magid: Yahoo Introduces Streaming Video App For Mobile Devices Yahoo! has introduced a new app that streams video to mobile devices called ‘Yahoo! Screen,’ but with well established competitors already out there, the question is how will they differentiate themselves?
Tech Report: Amazon’s Handy 'Send To Kindle' ButtonThere's now an easy way to view some web pages on your Kindle or other devices that run Amazon's Kindle software.
Intel Reorganizes For Another Crack At Mobile MarketChipmaker Intel’s dominance in the personal computer market has not been enough to hold onto revenue as consumers spend more on tablets and smart phones and less on desktops and laptops.