They are displayed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Despite their ubiquity, they started in 1998 with one man: A 25- year-old employee of mobile phone carrier NTT DoCoMo who created the first set of 176 in one month as he rushed to meet a deadline. If I hadn't done it, someone else would have, "said Shigetaka Kurita, who now is a board member at Dwango Co., a Tokyo...
Under the agreement, Google will acquire a team of HTC employees to potentially boost its growing hardware business.
Facebook will lease all of the office space in a new building in downtown San Francisco as it looks to house its fast-growing workforce.
Alphabet's Nest unit designed its home security system with help of paid former burglars.
Tesla is in the process of perfecting a new chip for the Autopilot autonomous driving system in its vehicles.
BlackBerry would provide an operating system that was already certified to high levels of safety.
Nest, the Google unit that has struggled to expand beyond its niche of smart thermostats, says its entering the market for home security systems.
The growing "phone replacement cycle" could lead to problems for carriers trying to coax customers onto faster wireless networks.
EU leaders say most extremist content is spread online within one to two hours of being posted.
Facebook in particular is seeing pressure to weed out extremist content. The investor said the algorithms that exist now perpetuate the content.
Earlier this month, the Department of Homeland Security said it would phase out the program.
Digital companies in the European Union pay in tax less than half the amount paid by traditional firms, the European Commission said.
The new Apple Watch has issues handing off between Wi-Fi and cellular networks but a fix is coming, Apple says.
Reviews of the new Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular and GPS connectivity are out, and here's what reviewers are saying.
Nine apps to get a feel for the AR's usefulness — and yes — pointless fun. The Verge reports.
Asian shares closed mostly unchanged as investors awaited monetary policy clues from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Despite a lot of flashy phones to compete with Apple, Munster said sheer numbers will help Apple stay in the game.
Jim Cramer says three tie-ups, including the potential deal between T-Mobile and Sprint, justified his bullishness in a red-hot market.
The latest negotiations come after Reuters reported earlier this year that Japan's SoftBank was prepared to give up control of Sprint to clinch a merger with T-Mobile, and only retain a minority stake in the combined company. Sprint and T-Mobile, which is controlled by Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG, are still weeks away from an agreement, and have not settled on...
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