Reports have discovered filings with the F.C.C. that indicate the next generation of the product is in beta.
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The drama among the top wireless carriers has been roiling before a pending spectrum auction.
Expansion is a major new step for Oracle, which is shifting its traditional database business to the cloud.
Some countries are fully embracing the virtual currency while others are inhibiting its trade and use.
SpaceX files with the F.C.C. as Facebook abandons its satellite web-delivering project.
Batteries would store solar energy and serve as a back-up system for consumers during blackouts.
The city will employ data-based tools to help improve traffic.
A report looks at how cities in the U.S. are incorporating big data and other technology into their infrastructures.
Predictive analytics has the potential to shape the next generation of agricultural practices.
Facebook opens Johannesburg office as it looks to add to its existing 120M users on the continent.
The Kremlin has threatened to block Facebook, Google, and Twitter services in the country if those companies do not comply with its web laws.
A European Agency is citing Google for mishandling nearly 50 removal request cases.
The company revealed it is creating a video division based on its existing content and popular forums.
The recent reports about the internet of things' potential global impact has some U.S. senators pushing for analysis of that industry.
The company has released its second smartphone with Ubuntu, its open-source operating system.
The gap between desktop use and mobile use is quickly closing in Brazil.
The U.S. has in the past accused China of being involved in hacking sensitive computer systems.