Google unleashed several new products, platforms and innovations at its I/O 2015 developer conference today. Here are five highlights.
Evan Spiegel, the co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, has revealed he has a plan for an IPO and won’t be entertaining any acquisition offers for the social networking company. Spiegel famously turned…
Once upon a time, European travelers drew up a checklist of top attractions, and spent a lifetime ticking them off. No longer. Today’s tourists travel more frequently, want different things – and,…
Facebook is taking another step towards taking over the internet, by introducing Instant Articles, where content creators can host stories directly on the social media site.
Amazon’s anticipated drone delivery service, once slated as just a pipe dream, appears to be a step closer to fruition with the U.S. Patent Office releasing a report detailing how the drone system might look.
Tesla motors has revolutionized the automobile with its electric powered luxury cars, easily recognized on streets around the world. But visionary CEO Elon Musk has aspirations that transcend the vehicle industry.
E-commerce mammoth Amazon had both some good and bad news to share this week – the company is seeing continual growth in its ‘Amazon Web Services’ wing, but it still reported a $57 million loss in the first quarter of 2015.
Google has hit major roadblocks in the European Union. E.U. Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager issued a “statement of objections” to the giant search engine alleging that it engages in anti-competitive behavior by using its dominance in search to crowd other search tools out of the market.
Turkey banned the likes of Google, Twitter and Facebook last week, over an of a Turkish prosecutor being held at gunpoint by two men outside the Istanbul courthouse.
Amazon has received approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to begin testing out the drones as package delivery vessels.