Apple Inc. said Thursday that it will discontinue the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano, the last two music players in the company's lineup that cannot play songs from Apple Music, its streaming service that competes with Spotify and Pandora Media Inc.
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Silicon Valley baron Elon Musk insulted rival billionaire Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, escalating a tech wizard war of words over whether robots will become smart enough to kill their human creators.
Microsoft indicated that 124 jobs in a Portland-area factory are moving to China, according to a local report.
If you like it, now all you have it do it tap your ring on it.
Token CEO Melanie Shapiro and Token CTO Steve Shapiro on the company's new smart ring.
Shares of Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) plunged Monday amid a report that top competitor Amazon Inc. (NYSE:AMZN) is rolling out its own version of Best Buy’s “Geek Squad” tech support service.
Samsung Electronics on Friday said its second-quarter operating profit likely rose 72 percent from a year earlier to a new record.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.
The chairman of struggling Swedish mobile equipment company Ericsson plans to stand down before the company's next annual meeting in 2018, he said on Wednesday.
SoldierStrong founder Chris Meek and wounded veteran Chris Weston-Smart on efforts to help wounded veterans to walk again with the aide of wearable robots.
Apple's iPhone turns 10 this week, evoking memories of a rocky start for the device that ended up doing most to start the smartphone revolution and stirring interest in where it will go from here.
Royal Caribbean Cruises CEO Richard Fain on the new 'Celebrity Edge' cruise line built with virtual reality technology.
Xenex CEO Morris Miller on the company's germ-zapping robot to be used in hospitals.
Tim Roemer, former U.S. ambassador to India, on Monday discussed the policies of President Trump and Narendra Modi, and how America can start paying back its debt to India.
A mini-version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, or Super NES Classic, will hit shelves on Sept. 29, the Japanese consumer electronics company announced Monday.
Measure CEO Brandon Torres Declet on the increasing commercial uses of drones.
For the first time ever virtual reality is transporting fans to the front seat and backstage of live concerts. FBN's Hillary Vaughn with more.
Kaze Aerial President John Duesler on how drones could save lives and the Federal Aviation Administration regulations on drones.
Because Dad deserves something fun this year.