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Apple pulls plug on AirPower wireless charging mat

March 31, 2019 0

Apple on Friday said it is cancelling the AirPower wireless charging mat that the company announced in 2017 on the same day as its iPhone

BlackBerry forecasts higher revenue as bets on new tech pays off

March 31, 2019 0

BlackBerry Ltd beat estimates for quarterly profit and forecast fiscal 2020 revenue above analysts’ expectations on Friday as its focus on fast-growing markets like autonomous

Facebook looks to place restrictions on who can go live after Christchurch attack

March 31, 2019 0

Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said on Friday the company was looking to place restrictions on who can go live on its platform

Google removes controversial anti-gay app from Play Store

March 31, 2019 0

LONDON: Google has removed an app that advised people on “recovery from same-sex attraction” from its download store after one of the United States’ top

Facebook says it removed fake accounts in Philippines

March 31, 2019 0

SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook says it has removed 200 pages, groups and accounts linked to Nic Gabunada, reportedly the former social media manager of Philippine President

To imagine the ‘5G’ future, revisit our recent wireless past

March 31, 2019 0

NEW YORK: The mobile industry is cranking up its hype machine for sleek new “5G” networks that it says will make your phone and everything

Apple’s new credit card, Huawei’s two new phones, new BSNL plans for IPL fans and more

March 31, 2019 0

It was a big week in the world of technology with Apple holding a special event and Huawei showcasing two major phones for the year.

Valve is building its own high-end VR headset called ‘Index’

March 31, 2019 0

Valve is ready to sell its own full VR hardware getup. The gaming giant behind some classic titles and the ubiquitous Steam store has revealed

In San Francisco, a fight over a homeless shelter shines a harsh light on a conflicted population

March 31, 2019 0

As of 2017, there were roughly 7,000 people living without homes in San Francisco, a number that comprises minors — a lot of them. The

Startups Weekly: Why Lyft’s $2.2B IPO wasn’t “crazy land” or “nuts”

March 31, 2019 0

Lyft completed its long-awaited IPO this week, trading 21 percent higher Friday than its initial offering price of $72 per share. It closed its first