The Corner Store facility is available as an option via its main smartphone app and covers more than 100 items.
The modified One M8 is being sold at roughly half the price of the same handset running Google's Android.
The company has developed a processor that mimicks the way the brain works and recognizes information.
The smartphone market in the Philippines is predicted to triple by 2015.
The move is seen as one to bolster Google's mobile presence.
The rivals have sued each other over a range of patent disputes in nine countries outside the United States.
The company has installed its next solar-powered internet school in the country.
As the smart home market builds out, where will utility suppliers come in?
The city of Chicago is looking at ways to make its urban development more efficient through using big data.
The company is building out its number of solar-powered stations to charge phones.
Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter feed featured posts stating he had resigned and was ashamed of the government.
The social network has detailed a 46% increase in government requests for account information so far in 2014.
OkCupid, a top U.S. matchmaking website, intentionally mismatched users to test its technology.
Administrators have imposed a 10-day ban on alterations following "persistent disruptive editing."
The attack, which Community Health Systems believed originated in China, happened in April and June this year.
A new exhibition at London's Science Museum celebrates 20 years since the first 'smartphone', the IBM Simon, went on sale.
Hiding data by using a factory reset option apparently does little to delete potentially sensitive information.
The micro-console is part of Sony's efforts to take on other streaming TV consoles like AppleTV and Roku.