As part of the Affordable Care Act, Healthcare.gov was supposed to help Americans shop for cheaper health insurance. But in its first day live, the site is rife with problems.
Google celebrates its quinceañera today, complete with a piñata doodle at the top of the home page. But like with any 15-year-old, Google is going through changes.
Originally founded to police business and bust up monopolies, the FTC has recently served as the government’s tech regulator.
The Los Altos, California Historical Commission will consider designating Steve Jobs’s boyhood home an historic location.
You think BlackBerry has it tough? SHARP, the one-time giant in the home electronics business, has resorted to selling strawberries after losing $5.5 billion last year.
Last night’s show may have been the “Worst Emmys Ever” – but it was historic in one respect: Netflix scored a statue for David Fincher’s directorial work on House of Cards.
The day is here, Apple fanboys and fangirls! If you’re stuck in line, here are some links to pass the time (and allow you to avoid contact with other people.
Apple announced the newest iPhone this week, and Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets to find out what people thought of the new design. Of course, the iPhone 5s is not publicly available yet, so he just had passers-by take a gander at an iPad mini.
Google is keeping its tradition of naming Android updates after sweet, delicious desserts – but the newest entry is going name-brand. Your next Android update shall be named Kit-Kat. No money is changing hands between companies in the cross-promotion, but there will be a limited number of robot-shaped Kit-Kat bars. And Kit-Kat has already made this video, with a few apparent swipes at Apple: ReactionLOL (1) It’s a Trappp! (0) Bias (0) Losing (0) […]
Some lawyers and accountants probably had a less-than-fun Labor Day Weekend going through all the details of this $7 billion merger.