The goods seller is finally going public.
Xiaomi plans to open an accessories store in Europe offering headphones and fitness bands, but no phones yet.
If BVP's investment is successful, satellites could be launched for the price of a not-particularly-luxurious Manhattan apartment.
It's a virtual computer stored in the cloud.
Engineers at London’s Heathrow Airport will use the devices for activity logging, training, and observation.
With an estimated $200 million in yearly revenue, the game delights fans by planning for happy accidents.
In a statement sent to the press, Fab cofounder Jason Goldberg said the move will allow him to focus on Hem.
Drivers still don't get benefits, but Lyft is offering discounts and other incentives to join its ranks and log more rides.
Tinder Plus offers new features that the company says older users will pay more for, assuming they can get over the ego punch.
Mobile tech giant Alcatel-Lucent and Intel have teamed up to move mobile data from cell towers to server racks—and into the 21st century.