Swiftkey is joining the Unicode Consortium in a move that will undoubtedly influence the evolution of one of the world’s fastest growing mediums of online expression.
Today is the day you do yourself a favor and unfollow someone how has been driving you nuts.
In a presentation to investors, the company said onboard Wi-Fi will hit broadband speeds within five years, and be available on many more flights.
Meduza’s exiles cover an authoritarian Russia.
Building a 360-degree view from the ground up.
Trucker Path started as a crowdsourced information hub for truckers, but it’s about to become a marketplace with the potential to shake up how commercial shippers get paid.
A game and rewards app was really a Trojan horse, installing virtual currency mining software on the phones of unsuspecting consumers.
It will be the first time Dre’s solo debut has ever been made available by a streaming music service.
The denial leaves in place a ruling that Java is copyrightable — Oracle may seek a billion dollar in damages.
The wireless speaker company is working with Apple to get the new streaming service on its devices.
The private space company’s scientists are trying to work out what went wrong.
Just some good, clean, libertarian fun.
In the booming field of industrial robotics, the race is on to create a machine that can actually replace human workers. But even with the brightest minds in automation on the project, human-less labor is more science fiction than near future.
Hacks, lies, and outfit selfies.
For the time being, anyway …
In a letter to shareholders, Didi Kuaidi said it controls 80% of the private car market and 99% of the taxi-hailing market in China.
FCC Chair Tom Wheeler championed broadband access and defended net neutrality as he dismissed characterizations of the FCC as an “omnipresent boogeyman” regulator.
Abortion drugs are mostly illegal there — except, maybe, if you fly them in.
Researchers are mining social media for insights into our well-being — or lack thereof.
“You sure as hell won’t be receiving any f***ing razors from us to demolish your manhood.”
A blow for Rupert Murdoch’s attempt to shake up the education industry.
The cabbies have also blocked access to motorway exits, railway stations, and airports.
Sources say the company is working with game developers affected by the decision to reinstate their apps.
“There’s more work to do.”
A new app using Apple’s ResearchKit aims to understand the health of an understudied population.
After speaking out about the company’s policies, the reigning queen of pop has picked a streaming service.