Nobody likes the taxman. The latest chapter in the fundamental disagreement between Netflix and Comcast over who should pay for the improvement of the internet unfolded Thursday.
Come back here at 8pm for my live blog of Apple and Beats’ joint appearance at the Code Conference.
“We’re not cutting prices,” Dropbox CEO Drew Houston declared Wednesday. This despite the fact that web giants with money to burn like Google and Microsoft are undercutting his service on pricing.
New AT&T Android devices will come preloaded with Uber’s car-hailing app this summer, and Uber will use AT&T’s networks to connect its drivers across the country. It’s a new twist on AT&T’s connected car strategy.
Sprint and T-Mobile are probably going to join forces at some point down the road. If that happens, Softbank’s Masayoshi Son thinks that his new acquisition and T-Mobile won’t just compete with wireless carriers.
Comcast’s CEO was not exactly on friendly ground Wednesday, as tech insiders pushed him to explain his pending takeover of Time Warner Cable and his commitment to fast broadband.
Electric cars and robotic cars are moving to the market hand-in-hand and that’s a good thing.
Microsoft co-founder and former chairman Bill Gates is a high-profile and valued advisor, but advising is all he’s doing, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
It’s been many years in the making and it may take a couple more before it’s widely available, but Microsoft’s research into real-time voice translation looks set to pay off.
Google’s self-driving car project rolls on, and the company has a cute new prototype design to show off that doesn’t look anything like a conventional car.