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Called the "WatchKit," the software will allow developers to begin working on apps for the forthcoming wearable device.
Architect-turned-designer Francis Bitonti wants to find out what happens when cutting-edge technology meets fashion.
Now instead of buying with one click on Amazon, you can buy with your voice on an Android Wear watch, Engadget reported.
Walter Piecyk, BTIG analyst, explains how "selfies" and video are creating a need for more memory and driving users to purchase greater memory capacity.
Intel's MICA will have wireless capabilities that will enable the wearer to text and receive social notifications.
Uber has unveiled a new feature that will enable passengers to listen to their own Spotify playlists as they travel.
BlackBerry and Samsung announced on Thursday that they are joining forces to improve Android security with the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 server.
Cisco and Box unveiled "Project Squared," a business collaboration app designed to work with the way people work.
A photo-printing app that obtained backing through the show "Shark Tank" has been purchased by Shutterfly, according to a report in TechCrunch.
Google has announced that its tap and pay service Google Wallet will no longer process third-party digital purchases.
Nokia is taking a punt on connected devices. This was the message from CEO Rajiv Suri, but it did little to half a 4.5 percent fall in shares.
Mark Roden, Founder & CEO of Ding, talks about his new business, which sends top-ups to phones in emerging markets, transferring small amounts of money instantly.
ZTE is building brand awareness in the US with new partnerships that add to its second-place edge in the growing prepaid market.
The Android smartphone is now shipping from Google and steadily becoming available in U.S. cellular stores.
Samsung is working on creating its own mobile operating system, which could help it rediscover its lost mojo, reports Re/code.
Mobile payments may be all the rage, but a Canadian based start-up is betting that some consumers will want to wear their payment source.
Sean Rad, founder of the online dating website, Tinder has been stripped of his CEO title as a search for another leader begins. Steve Bertoli, Forbes associate editor, provides an inside look at what happened.
Ahead of Tencent's third quarter earnings report due on late Wednesday, Henry Guo, Senior Research Analyst at JG Capital, discusses his expectations.
Apple's online store lists a lot of fitness-related products, but don't look for Fitbit.
Investors need to adopt a "different mindset" when it comes to the concept of subscription software, the chief operating officer of Box said.
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Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product to Chinese government standards.
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