Google Wireless Network Project Confirmed
In his keynote at Mobile World Congress 2015, Google's Sundar Pichai said the company will make an announcement on its plans to become a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).
Samsung Pay On Galaxy S6 Debuts At MWC
Along with the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone, the company also rolled out Samsung Pay as an alternative mobile payment system to Apple Pay and the iPhone 6.
8 Google Projects To Watch in 2015
We're highlighting Google's top 2015 projects -- from the pragmatic to the peculiar. Once you've explored the offerings, tell us which ones are your favorites –- and which ones you think are total duds –- in the comments section below.
Apple Pay Lands On JetBlue
Apple Pay users can now use their iPhones to pay for in-flight amenities on JetBlue flights starting this month.
ARM Unfolds IoT Security Plan
ARM aims to make mbed a unifying code base for the fragmented Internet of Things, where security is an increasingly key concern.
Fitbit For Dogs: Readers Respond
Is an activity tracker for dogs a sign of an impending IoT tech bubble, a great idea, or both? Readers weighed in with a variety of opinions. What’s yours?
Swatch, Pebble Girding For Apple Watch Fight
Swatch, the famed Swiss watchmaker, said a self-charging smartwatch is on deck for April. Pebble chimed in and said "big things are on deck" for 2015 to counter the Apple Watch.
InformationWeek 2014 Next-Generation IT Survey
The future of IT is all about integrating key elements such as mobile, cloud, security, and big data. Successful companies will focus on reusable components, data-based security, and automation.
Net Neutrality: 4 Legal Challenges To Consider
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler unveiled a new open Internet proposal on Wednesday, and carriers are gearing up for battles in court. Here, we look at four legal arguments we can expect to see, and give you our best guesses about how they'll fare in court.
7 Android Apps We Love For Work
These Android apps will make you better at your job. We're really looking to help you do business here. No games. No flight-checkers. No digital wallets. Just pure work apps.