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BlackBerry selling a new device -- but it's not a phone
Gerrit De Vynck
Sep 24, 2016 7:10 AM
BlackBerry Ltd. found a customer for its fleet-tracking device, taking a first step into the crowded market for monitoring cargo trucks and trains.
Google shows up late in crowded digital-assistant field
Sep 24, 2016 7:13 AM
Google unleashed its digital assistant for the first time, arriving late to the intensifying race among the largest technology companies to create a more personal and lucrative way for computers to interact with humans.
10 cool things to try in iOS 10
Sep 24, 2016 7:19 AM
Apple's new iOS 10 update is sneakily big and packs a lot of changes that you may not come across if you aren't looking for them. Here are 10 small changes to Apple's new mobile operating system that can make a big difference in your life.
Apple wants to patent the bag you carry out of the store
Sep 24, 2016 7:15 AM
Apple is known for challenging the conventions of personal technology with its computers, smartphones and tablets. But the company's latest innovation may not be the water-spewing Apple Watch Series 2 or even the headphone-redefining iPhone 7. It's actually the bag you use to carry them out of the store.
Some users report hearing a hissing noise coming from iPhone 7
Sep 24, 2016 7:12 AM
Several iPhone 7 users have reported via Twitter that they are hearing a hissing noise coming from the device while it's being used.
Marriott's next battle: the Expedia war
Sep 24, 2016 7:20 AM
Marriott, now the world's biggest hotel operator, has to figure out how to use its new edge in the long-simmering battle against online travel agents like Expedia and Priceline Group, whose commissions eat up 10 percent or more of what someone pays for a room.
A stretch of interstate reserved for driverless cars?
Sep 24, 2016 7:18 AM
If you have nightmares about robots taking over the world, here's something that might really scare you: some tech industry veterans in Seattle want to ban human drivers from a 150-mile stretch of Interstate 5 and reserve it for self-driving cars, trucks and buses.
Women in Hollywood get less screen time than men. New technology could help fix that.
Sep 24, 2016 7:10 AM
Engineers have created software that parses through every scene, line and frame in a movie to determine exactly how much screen and speech time female characters are given compared to their male counterparts. Their findings: As in many other professions, women get the short shrift.
Silicon Valley venture capitalists pay the highest rent in the U.S.
Sep 24, 2016 7:16 AM
Tech investors are willing to pay a premium for close proximity to other big firms, the companies that might buy or do business with their startups, and the suburban homes of investing partners.
AT&T wants to make every telephone pole a wireless hotspot
Sep 24, 2016 7:11 AM
AT&T says it plans to start testing a technology next year that could ultimately blanket the country in ultrafast wireless internet -- without the need for expensive cell towers. The project, known as AirGig, promises speeds that are many hundreds of times faster than what consumers currently get with their mobile data connections. And it stands to be a lot cheaper to deploy, because AT&T's new solution piggybacks on infrastructure that's decades old: Electricity lines.
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